Last year in December, Google officially announced that it will remove its structured data testing tool from Google’s site to the schema.org domain. Google made this decision in order to support the rich results tool.
From yesterday onwards, the Schema.org markup validator is now available but in the beta version.
Tweet By Google Search Central
Looking for a general purpose schema validator? Check out https://t.co/hGrr8NasVy's new Schema Markup Validator tool, a reboot of the Structured Data Testing Tool: https://t.co/orj0MIkFZV https://t.co/UZwBVXvSdh
— Google Search Central (@googlesearchc) May 11, 2021
Here are some additional features that the tool can do:
- It can easily fetch pages from URL, or validate markup provided directly.
- This tool will combine JSON-LD from script elements, alongside data the HTML attributes defined by RDFa and Microdata.