|Organizations logos||yoann aparici||5/16/13 3:07 AM|
After read this post i've got a question: http://googlewebmastercentral.blogspot.fr/2013/05/using-schemaorg-markup-for-organization.html
Could we hide the logo if it's already embed in our CSS.
Could i put "display; none" to the <img /> if header as already my logo in background-img ?
|Re: Organizations logos||Alix B.||5/16/13 4:04 AM|
I was wondering the same thing. The post from Google clearly states that you "can add the following markup using visible on-page elements on their homepage", but it would be nice to have the flexibility to specify a logo that might be a bit different to the one on the page (different size, maby more simple design, more suited to a SRP).
But then again could it be abused? i.e. people displaying more attractive logos in the SRP to attract more clicks?
|Re: Organizations logos||Bilal Sarwari||5/16/13 5:13 AM|
Why not to do experiment with this? Its a testing game, add your code and verify it from http://www.google.com/webmasters/tools/richsnippets this page will guide you if there is any mistake in your code
|Re: Organizations logos||Dustin P.||5/16/13 7:08 AM|
I would only use this on displayed images. They seem to frown upon having hidden information used in snippets already. And they do say "visible, on-page" in the post. I wouldn't risk it.
|Re: Organizations logos||Cees dejong||5/16/13 7:38 AM|
I agree with Dustin. Visible means visible.