Google has taken a significant step by eliminating all references to the "@id" attribute from its site name documentation, deeming it unnecessary.
Website owners should remove @ID to follow Google's guidelines and improve performance.
Google has recently made changes to its site name documentation. They have removed all references to the "@id" attribute, stating that it is no longer necessary.
This decision was discovered when comparing the older version of the documentation with the updated one, revealing that all code examples containing "@id" lines were entirely taken out.
On August 2nd, Google officially announced the removal of "@id" mentions from its site names documentation.
This change is expected to have an impact on websites that were using the "@id" attribute for site name markup.
In response to this update, website owners and developers are advised to review their code and remove any instances of "@id" in the site name markup to ensure optimal performance and compliance with Google's guidelines.