In fact, WordPress hentry error isn’t well-known. If you’re not familiar with Webmaster tools, probably you haven’t heard it before. Hentry error is a general name for Missing: author, Missing: entry-title and Missing: updated errors.
What is the cause of Hentry errors?
Hentry error is generally caused by theme. Webmaster tools can fail because of missing author, entry, title and updated codes in the theme. Your websites are damaged severely especially when your warez themes are taken or stolen incompletely or incorrectly. Unfortunately, the most well-known of these is henry error.
In some cases, henry errors can be seen in licensed themes as well. In such cases, you can solve the problem by contacting the theme producer. Or the add-ins used are the cause of this problem. The most well-known add-ins are social bookmarking add-ins.
How to solve Hentry error?
Firstly, add the code below to the header section of your theme.
<meta property=”og:title” content=”<?php the_title(); ?>” /> <meta property=”og:author” content=”<?php echo get_the_author(); ?>” /> <meta property=”article:published_time” content=”<?php the_time(‘c’); ?>” />
These codes will probably solve your problem. It sometimes takes a few days for the errors on Webmaster tools to be deleted, and sometimes it takes up to 1 week.
You need to find the file with the codes for your content pages. For WordPress, you need to search and find single.php special software or in other free blog services or talk to your developer.
The code to be typed to Titled section:
< span class=”entry-title” >
The code to be typed to Author section:
< span class=”vcard author author_name” >< span class=”fn” >< ?php the_author(); ? >< /span >< /span > Post Date (Updated) you should write this one: < span class=”post_date date updated” >< ?php the_time(‘j F,Y’); ? >
These two ways should absolutely solve your problem.
You need to use licensed software if you don’t want to experience this kind of issues. If you have concerns about solving Henry error, please feel free to contact us.