In other articles, we discussed the same issue in previous versions.
As we can see, in Prestashop versions 1.6 and 1.7, the solution involves modifying two files to fill in those empty fields.
- Prestashop 1.6 Article: https://eligeunaweb.es/error-offers-review-or-aggregaterating-en-prestashop/
- WooCommerce Article: https://eligeunaweb.es/corregir-el-nuevo-error-de-la-consola-de-busqueda-se-deben-especificar-ofertas-revision-o-aggregaterating-offers-review-or-aggregaterating/
In Prestashop version 8.x, the error («offers,» «review,» or «aggregateRating») is solved differently. One of the options was to move the reviews hook, but it didn’t yield the expected results. Instead, what we did was hide it, but the problem persisted.
A member of the eligeunaweb.es community contacted us to help solve their issue because it was affecting the SEO positioning of their online store. It’s worth mentioning that the solution for version 1.6 and 1.7 does not apply to version 8.1; it’s a bit more complex.
As you’ll see in the video, the solution is straightforward. We developed a small script that effectively and quickly resolves this error.
To check if you have a Google indexing problem, access the following link and verify your URL: https://search.google.com/test/rich-results?
Also, we want to inform you that during the review of this client’s store, we identified other template errors and various issues affecting proper functioning. As a result, the client has requested a new online store with the same design and will take advantage of the digital kit, a support program for freelancers and businesses funded by the European Union. If you want to learn more, access the following link and benefit from this assistance where you only pay the VAT: https://kitdigital.eligeunaweb.es/
«Remember that we also perform migrations from older to more current versions. Request a free quote.»
Conclusion: Resolving an error between Google and PrestaShop that affects SEO positioning can be crucial for the success of your online store. By following these steps and ensuring that your site is up to date and optimized, you can restore and improve your position in search engines. We also provide a video below to visually demonstrate how we address the issue.
What to do after the solution to avoid affecting SEO
Introduction: SEO positioning is essential for your online store to be visible on search engines and ultimately attract more customers. However, technical errors can sometimes arise that hinder the SEO performance of your PrestaShop store. One of the most common problems is poor communication between Google and your website, which can lead to poor indexing and loss of rankings. In this article, we will show you how to identify and solve this issue, thus restoring the SEO performance of your online store.
The first step to solving this issue is identifying it. Here are common signs that there may be a breakdown in communication between Google and PrestaShop:
- Unindexed Pages: If your important pages are not appearing in Google’s search results, it’s a sign that something is amiss.
- Dropped Rankings: If your keyword rankings have suddenly dropped without apparent reason, it’s an indication that Google is not indexing your site correctly.
- Google Search Console Errors: Check the Google Search Console for any errors or warnings related to your site’s indexing.
To fix this error and restore your SEO positioning, follow these steps:
Step 1: Verify your robots.txt file: Ensure that your robots.txt file is not blocking Google’s access to essential parts of your website. Use Google’s robots.txt testing tool to check and address any issues.
Step 2: Check the sitemap file: Make sure your sitemap file is up to date and properly configured on your PrestaShop store. This will help Google to crawl and index your pages more effectively.
Step 3: Canonicalization Errors: Review if you are correctly using canonical tags on your pages. Ensure they are not configured in a way that hinders indexing.
Step 4: Google Search Console Setup: In Google Search Console, check and rectify any issues indicated, which may include crawl errors or indexing problems.
Step 5: Structured Data Testing: Ensure that structured data on your site is correctly implemented. Structured data can assist Google in better understanding your site’s content and improving visibility in search results.
Step 6: Duplicate Content: Verify that there is no duplicate content on your website, as this can confuse Google and negatively impact SEO.
Step 7: Resubmit Your Sitemap: After making all necessary corrections, resubmit your sitemap to Google Search Console for Google to reindex your site.
Esperamos que esta guía te ayude a solucionar el problema y a recuperar tu presencia en línea. ¡Buena suerte!