Meet Jesus Chomon, creator of a foodblog with 20.000 visitors a day

Can you tell us a bit about yourself? Who are you? My name is Jesus Chomon. I am a Spanish internet developer, 50 years old, and I work in the financial sector. Long ago, I created one of the most important trade and exchange websites in my country so I have always kept in touch with […]

Automatic Nutrition for Your Recipes

Automatic Nutrition label generation You’re building a recipe food blog, and need to rank higher. Automatic Nutrition label maker (available in our Recipe Lover plan) might be just the edge you need: it enhances your recipes by auto-populating nutrition data and embeds a nutrition label in your recipe card in just one click. It wil […]

Prevent author warning by Google by adding an author to your recipe

Adding author to a recipe Google needs your help to structure your web page and recipe data. Structuring data means you specify what different parts of your blog mean. To ensure your recipes (and other parts) in a blog are structured properly, Google provides a Structured Data Testing Tool. Zip Recipes structures the data for […]

WordPress 5.3 update

If you already updated to WordPress 5.3, and use the Gutenberg editor in combination with the Recipe Grid, you should update to the latest versions of Zip Recipes friend (6.2.7) and Zip Recipes Lover (6.3.4). WordPress 5.3 has blocked usage of the $ property in jQuery, forcing the preferred usage of “jQuery”. This has been […]

Rich Snippets in Google, getting the most out of it

Images in Rich Snippets sometimes seem elusive: you have set it up correctly right? Why isn’t Google showing the image you prepared with so much care! Sometimes it’s just as simple as ratio’s or pixel count. Google prefers images of at least 50K pixels, and prefers the image in three different ratio’s: 1×1, 4×3 and […]