How does RankMath Breadcrumbs work?
When I was looking for a solution to rank my blog posts, I came across RankMath Breadcrumbs. This tool helped me create a custom ranking algorithm for each post.
The breadcrumb trail helps readers navigate through a site or blog. They provide a visual cue to where they’ve come from and where they want to go next. It’s like having your own personal tour guide!
See also: Rank Math SEO PRO
How can you use Rankmath breadcrumbs?
You can use it on any page of your website by adding the following code in your header:
var rank new RankMath();
The RankMath library will then be added to all pages of your site.
What are the benefits of using RankMath Breadcrumbs?
This plugin also works with WordPress SEO by Yoast. So if you’re already familiar with that plugin, you’ll have no problem getting started.
I’m sure you’re wondering what makes this plugin different than other breadcrumb plugins out there. Well, here are some things that make RankMath Breadcrumbs stand out:
1) The plugin has an intuitive interface.
2) It comes with a free trial so you can try it before buying.
3) There are many options available to customize the look and feel of the breadcrumbs.
4) It’s compatible with most themes.
5) It’s very simple to install and configure.
6) It’s fast and reliable.
7) It’s easy to update.
8) It’s completely customizable.
9) It’s mobile-friendly.
10) It’s responsive.
11) It’s SEO optimized.
12) It’s fully tested and supported.
13) It’s backed by a 30 day money back guarantee.
14) It’s been featured on WPMU DEV.
15) And last but not least…it’s FREE!
Steps Summaries to Use Breadcrumbs with Rank Math
To get started, simply follow these steps:
1) Add the RankMath script to your site.
2) Create a breadcrumb navigation menu.
3) Configure the settings for the breadcrumbs. (See below.)
4) Save the settings and preview your changes.
5) Test your breadcrumbs.
Configuring Breadcrumbs Settings
Here are the basic settings you should consider when configuring your breadcrumbs:
Breadcrumbs Page Title: Enter the title of the page you’d like to appear as the first link in the breadcrumbs. If you leave this blank, the default title “Home” will be used.
Breadcrumbs Link Text: Enter the text displayed as links in the breadcrumbs navigation. Leave this empty to display the default text “Home”.
Breadcrumbs Link URL: Enter the URL of the page you’d would like to appear as the second link in the breadcrumb trail. If you leave this field blank, the default URL “/” will be used. Note: If you enter a relative path such as “../”, the breadcrumbs will point to the root directory instead of the current page.
Breadcrumbs Separator: Select the separator between each breadcrumb item. Options include: none, comma, period, dash, underscore, space, hyphen, colon, and pipe.
Breadcrumb Item Number: Enter the number of items you’d like to show in the breadcrumbs list. This setting defaults to 3.
Breadcrumb Item Size: Choose the size of the breadcrumb item. The choices are small, medium, large, and xlarge.
Breadcrump Item Color: Change the color of the breadcrumb items.
Breadcrumbs Background Image: Upload a background image to use as the background behind the breadcrumbs. To do this, click the Browse button and select the file from your computer. You may need to crop or resize the image depending on its dimensions.
Breadcrumps Positioning: Choose whether to position the breadcrumbs at the top, bottom, left, right, or center of the screen.
Breadcrums Hover Effect: Set how quickly the breadcrumbs change colors when hovering over them. Choices include: fade, slide, and none.
Breadcrums Animation Speed: Adjust the speed of the animation that occurs when hovering over the breadcrumbs. The choices are slow, normal, and fast.
Breadcrum Hover Delay: Enter the amount of time after which the breadcrumbs begin to animate.