The ratings widget comes with the comments section. It allows visitors to leave a rating for the page. It will be displayed above the comments section.

Ratings Widget

You can configure ratings widget at Console → Settings → Reactions & Ratings.

Ratings Widget

Structured Data for Search Engines

Search engines use Structured Data to understand the content of the page. You can set up structured data for ratings using AggregateRating schema and using the <hyvor-talk-comments> API.


Here is an example for a Product. This code should be placed after the <hyvor-talk-comments> element.

    const comments = document.querySelector('hyvor-talk-comments');
    comments.addEventListener('loaded', function() {
        const page = comments.api.page();

        const jsonLd = `
    "@context": "https://schema.org/",
    "@type": "Product",
    "name": "My Product",
    "aggregateRating": {
        "@type": "AggregateRating",
        "ratingValue": "${page.ratings.average}",
        "ratingCount": "${page.ratings.count}"

        const script = document.createElement('script');
        script.setAttribute('type', 'application/ld+json');
        script.textContent = jsonLd;


In this code, we use the loaded event of the <hyvor-talk-comments> element. It is fired when the comments are loaded. Then we get the page data using the api.page() method. Then, the following values are used to generate the JSON-LD code:

Then, we create a <script> element with the JSON-LD code and append it to the <head> element.

This code is just an example on how to use AggregateRating. Other values should be updated according to your page. Make sure to test your schema using Google's Rich Results Test.

You can also use our Data API to fetch ratings data and dynamically generate the JSON-LD code. This is useful if you need data in a page that doesn't have the <hyvor-talk-comments> element.