I am working on my first hub, a recipe of my own creation.
It says something to the effect: Warning, even though you have a recipe this won't be listed as a recipe.
1. Why a warning?
2. Does it matter, really?
3. How do I get it listed in the search engines as a recipe?
Thanks so much to whoever can help me!
Are you using the HP recipe capsules? I'm not certain what the issue may be for you, but I would check this learning center entry and see if it helps.
You have to use the ratings capsule. Using any other recipe capsules without using the ratings capsule will generate the warning and will mean your Hub isn't listed as a recipe in search engine results.
Hey Gordon thanks, I did just figure it out before I came back to see any more posts. I really appreciate you taking the time. I like the rating idea, and it makes sense, it just took me a long time to figure it out, and you helped.
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