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The Rich Snippets module overrides the core Search styles and templates to closely match the UI of major search engines for Drupal's internal site search. This project is an extension of the core Search and modules to display structured data as the familiar rich snippets that end users expect. Rich Snippets also integrates seamlessly with the Apache Solr Search Integration module.

The theory behind this module is to provide an out-of-the-box, best-in-breed SERP (search engine results page) that is user friendly and informative for end users. By building upon the widely adopted guidelines, it also encourages best practices surrounding structured data.


For an explanation of how this module works along with a quickstart guide, please refer to the README.txt file included in the module. Also refer to the Supported schema section for the schema and properties that are supported out-of-the-box.


  • Does your theme override the search-results.tpl.php or search-result.tpl.php files? If so, this module won't work as expected out-of-the-box. You will have to use the Rich Snippet module's templates as the base files for your template overrides.
  • Using Solr? If so, you will have to re-index your site after installing this module since the mappings and other information are stored in new fields.


Rich Snippets is maintained by Chris Pliakas and Thomas Howell. Development of this module is sponsored by Acquia for use on and Drupal Commons.

Follow Chris on Twitter: @cpliakas

Project information

  • caution Seeking new maintainer
    The current maintainers are looking for new people to take ownership.
  • caution No further development
    No longer developed by its maintainers.
  • Module categories: RDF, Search
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    Use at your own risk! It may have publicly disclosed vulnerabilities.