Web Page Metadata - FAQ page type


A FAQ page is typically a collection of curated question, answer> pairs.

For Google, FAQ content is when there is with no way for users to submit alternative answers, otherwise you should use a QA page.

FAQs that consist of multiple question/answer pairs is the most common form of FAQ pages.


Google Search

Faq Google Search

Schema documentation


Schema.org, you can markup this kind of page with the following types

Documentation / Reference

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