At the Chrome Developer Summit, Google has announced a new feature for its Rich Results Test tool that now empowers webmasters with a new capability to edit HTML code.
The new code editing feature let webmaster edit their sites HTML code and see how those edits impact their results instantly.
See the screenshot above.
Google announced the feature on Twitter this morning stating:
New feature in the rich results test 📢
the Rich Results Test (https://search.google.com/test/rich-results …) now supports 👩🏽💻 code editing in the tool 🎉
Google also has published a sample test page specially created for a recipe snippet for users to test out the feature.
Simply, head over to this page, when the Rich Results Test page loads, look into the left side of the page where the code editor is located.
Once, you finish making changes, just click on the “run test” button to see how those code edits will impact rich results.
Should need more clarity, watch the GIF animation below to see how code editor works: