Rdfa

RDFa (or Resource Description Framework in Attributes) is a W3C Recommendation that adds a set of attribute-level extensions to HTML, XHTML and various XML-based document types for embedding rich metadata within Web documents. The RDF data-model mapping enables its use for embedding RDF subject-predicate-object expressions within XHTML documents. It also enables the extraction of RDF model triples by compliant user agents.The RDFa community runs a wiki website to host tools, examples, and tutorials.
Posts about Rdfa
  • The complete beginner’s guide to Schema.org markup

    … webpages. The full list of things that you can mark up with Schema can be found here. Although it seems extensive, it doesn’t by any means cover everything that you might want to feature on a webpage, so there will be some things that the vocabulary just doesn’t exist for yet. But the vocabulary is always being updated and expanded, and if you’re…

    Search Engine Watch- 24 readers -
  • Your Guide to Structured Snippets for SEO

    … personal preference which one you choose for your site. Microdata is the most popular and most recommended format, but Microformats and RDFa are also acceptable. Step Two: Apply your markup format Once you’ve selected a format type, you can apply it to any or all of the content types supported (listed above under "What Are Rich Snippets…

    Jayson Demers/ Search Engine Watchin SEO- 9 readers -
  • Your Guide to Structured Snippets for SEO

    … preference which one you choose for your site. Microdata is the most popular and most recommended format, but Microformats and RDFa are also acceptable. Step Two: Apply your markup format Once you’ve selected a format type, you can apply it to any or all of the content types supported (listed above under "What Are Rich Snippets and Structured Snippets…

    Jayson Demers/ Search Engine Watchin SEO- 13 readers -
  • A Quick Start Guide to Schema – Your Competitive Edge

    … markup formats wouldn’t be compatible. That meant they were going to have to add yet another type of tag to their Web pages. However, Google responded to this concern and made schema compatible with a number of different structured markups like RDFa or JSON-LD. The Takeaway You don’t need to add schema to your Web pages. That said, do you really…

    Chuck Price/ Search Engine Watch- 23 readers -
  • A Quick Start Guide to Schema – Your Competitive Edge

    … wouldn’t be compatible. That meant they were going to have to add yet another type of tag to their Web pages. However, Google responded to this concern and made schema compatible with a number of different structured markups like RDFa or JSON-LD. The Takeaway You don’t need to add schema to your Web pages. That said, do you really want to risk…

    Chuck Price/ Search Engine Watchin Google Facebook- 44 readers -
  • Up Close @ SMX: Enhancing Results With Structured Data & Markup

    … more tools than ever to present that data, and the search engines are getting smarter about how they accept it. Using structured data and markup including , , , , and . In my personal experience, hCard and those schema relative to location were the first we saw in the wild, followed shortly by reviews — product, business and media. With the hCard…

    Will Scott/ Search Engine Landin SEO- 31 readers -