Bloggers are getting the error such as ” Error: At least one field must be set for HatomFeed in Blogger Template” in the Structured Data Testing Tool in the Webmaster Tools of Google. In , the best answer is like this, ignore this error and this  HatomFeed error do not have any kind of effect on anything. You can see the answer here –!topic/webmasters/pynnA0HYZfQ
However for a blogger, it looks like a issue, right? So I searched a lot to get the answer and finally i got the answer. I am sharing the answer to you.

Go to Template and back up the template.
1. Find the code

 <div class=’blog-posts hfeed’>

 using CTRL+F. Then replace the hfeed from this code. You will get a code look like this.

<div class=’blog-posts’>

You need replace all the hfeed from these codes. Usually you will get two instances of this code.

2. Find the code

<div class=’post hentry’>

and remove hentry from this code. So that the code will look like <div class=’post’>.

3. Find the code

<div class=’post hentry uncustomized-post-template’>

Remove the hentry from this code. So that the code will look like <div class=’post uncustomized-post-template’>.

Then ave the template and preview your post in the Structured Data Testing Tool in the Webmaster Tools.


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