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Hi, I started a Google Shopping campaign but now I have a warning notification saying Missing microdata for condition. Initially I thought it was due to having a $ sign in front of the price in addition to having the currency. I removed the $ sign and now I'm getting "The property 169.99 CAD is not a valid price specification" (Attached you will find the test result).

Not sure what is wrong with it and how to fix it, or if I need to wait.

Thanks,

 

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not a valid price specification

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not a valid price specification

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Thanks! I have it as a number, 169.99

 

Any other ideas?

not a valid price specification

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first, you're welcome.

 

what was posted looks like both

a number and a currency for the

price itemprop -- that is not allowed.

 

price and priceCurrency are separate attributes --

price must be only a number; priceCurrency is

the three-letter iso currency value; the values

cannot be intermixed within the same attribute.

 

the see-also references show the exact

syntax and values that google allows for

structured-data for shopping-ads.

 

otherwise, google may be contacted directly --

https://support.google.com/merchants/contactflow