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Getting Started with Schema.org Using Microdata

Schema.org provides a collection of shared vocabularies webmasters can use to mark up their pages in ways that can be understood by the major search [...]

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By |January 16th, 2016|Comments Off on Getting Started with Schema.org Using Microdata

Semantic Web (Part 5): Dan Brickley, Schema.org

Dan Brickley presents schema.org, a set of extensible schemas that enables webmasters to embed structured data on their web pages for use by search engines.URL: [...]

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By |November 9th, 2015|Comments Off on Semantic Web (Part 5): Dan Brickley, Schema.org

Schema.org and Entity Fields Builder

Demonstrates how to use the Schema.org and Entity Fields Builder modules (for Drupal) to make site building easier, faster and more consistent. For further information, [...]

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Using HTML Schemas for Semantic Markup Microdata

This video ooks at the relationship between XML and HTML Schemas. Shows examples of Schema.org, one such library of microdata that can now be incoportated [...]

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By |November 9th, 2015|Comments Off on Using HTML Schemas for Semantic Markup Microdata

Light at the End of the Tunnel – Schema.org

A longstanding goal of the Semantic Web initiative is to get webmasters to make structured data directly available on the web. While there have been [...]

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Semantic Web Death Match 2011: Industry vs. Academia vs. Standards

The past couple of years have been an "interesting time" for the Semantic Web - with both the positive and negative aspects that that implies. [...]

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Knowledge Engineering and the Web

The lecturer asserts that the Web can be viewed as a vehicle for knowledge democracy. Several technologies have been developed to support knowledge transfer via [...]

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By |November 9th, 2015|Comments Off on Knowledge Engineering and the Web

How to Use Microdata

Microdata tells search engines, like Google, what the information on your website is. Whether it's an address, an image, ratings, or upcoming events, microdata will [...]

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Schema.org – What, How, Why?

This presentation explains why search engines now want metadata, how it works, and what you need to know as a developer (as seen in the [...]

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By |September 30th, 2015|Comments Off on Schema.org – What, How, Why?

RDFa: Linked Data in HTML

RDFa Play is a real-time RDFa 1.1 editor, data visualizer and debugger. RDFa is a way of publishing Linked Data in HTML5 documents- it solves [...]

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