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santy
 
 
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star ratings

Post by santy » Thu Jun 13, 2019 12:35 pm

Are they any extensions for adding a star ratings on the search engines for our website

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Re: star ratings

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Re: star ratings

Post by Nicolajazz » Sat Jun 15, 2019 7:15 am

Hi Pablo,
I also need to add a star rating system to my website and need that Google shows automatically the real ratings in the serp, like in your screenshot. I think that needs a database.

I tried some third part code

https://ratekit.com/examples
https://codecanyon.net/item/skinnable-r ... ea/3853477
but they don't work very good

It'll be great to have an extension (paid also) for that, with database for html pages, not php because I already have over 1000 pages in html.

Thank You

Nick

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Re: star ratings

Post by BaconFries » Sat Jun 15, 2019 8:20 am

It'll be great to have an extension (paid also) for that, with database for html pages, not php
How would it be processed and sent/submitted to be stored and retrieved from a database without PHP!. It cant just use pure HTML because you have so many pages. It would need a combination of PHP, jQuery/javascript and css for styling. There are rating scripts out there that just use jQuery/javascript that don't require a database to display the stars/thumbs up, but if you need a database then it will need PHP to do the processing.

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Re: star ratings

Post by Nicolajazz » Sat Jun 15, 2019 8:59 am

I'm sorry, maybe I explained myself wrongly.

My web hosting uses php5-7 so I have no problem with PHP but my pages have an html extension.

When visitors give their vote there is a need that Google takes by somewhere the average of the votes and reports it in serp.

I do not have the technical knowledge to understand how to do this, but I have no problem inserting jQuery or javascript into my pages.

Currently I do this manually by entering the rich snippet votes for each individual page but this is not possible to continue doing so.
This process needs to become automatic.

If it were possible to insert this function in WYSIWYG Web Builder this it would be a great enhancement of the program.

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