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Tutorial: RDFa—markup with Schema.org

Recommended by W3C as a standard for embedding metadata into HTML, HTML5, XHTML, and other XML dialects, this data format forms the foundation for the semantic web. The project Schema.org provides a standard vocabulary for the markup format. Find out more about its applications and limits and get a feel for tagging with RDFa.

Overview of Schema.org

Structured data is the only pathway to web 3.0. Web owners wishing to enlist the help of web crawlers or screenshots with semantic notation have an enormous choice of markup vocabularies to select from. The collaborative project Schema.org seeks to make this task a more manageable feat. The standardized markup is based on an agreement between the leading search engine providers of Google,...

Structured data: an introduction

While humans automatically structure data when reading a website, programs like web crawlers or screen readers have to rely on special labeling in order to grasp sematic relationships. This additional information can be embedded in HTML code through a corresponding markup for structured data. Website owners have four formats at their disposal for this task: Microformats, RDFa, Microdata, and...

How to create and embed a Twitter widget

Embedding Twitter on your website doesn’t just mean a pop-up window to your Twitter news feed; thanks to the Twitter widget, you can add actual elements of your Twitter account to your website. This could be tweets you’ve favorited, lists you’ve compiled, or even your entire news feed – it’s up to you. Find out how this works and what the benefits are in our guide to embedding a Twitter feed.