Product schema missing a final decimal point on one element

blooming_native
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Hi folks, would appreciate some help if possible please!

We're getting errors in Google Merchant Centre and in the Rich Results testing tool as one of the

For example, if you view the source code of this product page: https://www.bloomingnative.ie/products/annualpollinatormix?variant=37323585814678&currency=EUR

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You'll see all instances state price as '19.50'above.

But then at the offer schema section, it's just '19.5' (without the second 0, which is triggering the errors:

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Any help or guidance on how to fix this would be very much appreciated.

Thank you,

Julie

 

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EmmanuelFlossie
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Integer values, which are numbers and dot values. Do not need a leading zero.

19.50 or 19.5 are both the same values and valid values.

If you have errors, this will be from something else, have a look here: https://search.google.com/test/rich-results?id=7_dWVfqW1TyTguRgTNrvPA

And resolve the issues you see.

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blooming_native
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Thank you Emmanuelle.

Do you know why the fourth Price instance is using a single-digit integer and not the two-decimal version, like the other 3, and can it be changed to mimic the other 3 '19.50' instead of '19.5' or is this something we'll just have to live with?

 

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blooming_native
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Hey Emmanuel

Also just to note Google Merchant Center have disapproved items because they deem the feed prices as not matching the landing page as a result of this schema.

Have you any suggestions for this?

Thanks,

Julie

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EmmanuelFlossie
Shopify Partner
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When you have price missmatch, that is caused most likely by variants. The first variant you list in the structured data must match the value of what is submitted to Google.

So you should not show other variant data as that will just confuse Google.

I recommend you check out my tutorial: https://feedarmy.com/kb/shopify-microdata-for-google-shopping/

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