Semantic Markup

Separation of presentation and content (or "separate content from presentation", a special case of the form and content principle) is a common idiom, a design philosophy, and a methodology applied in the context of various publishing technology disciplines, including information retrieval, template processing, web design, web development, word processing, desktop publishing, and model-driven development. It is a specific instance of the more general philosophy, separation of concerns.
Posts about Semantic Markup
  • How to speak ‘Search Engine’

    … found that 36.6% of Google search results incorporated Schema rich snippets, yet only 0.3% of websites actually made use of Schema markup at all. The study also found that pages which used Schema ranked on average 4 places higher in search than pages which didn’t, although Searchmetrics was keen to emphasise that this might not be entirely down…

    Search Engine Watch- 14 readers -
  • How to Use Semantic Markup to Improve Your Search Results

    … exactly what that content is. That’s the microdata I mentioned earlier. OK, let’s get down to business and talk about the three markup types that are relevant to most blogs: authorship, video and events. #1: Authorship Markup Authorship markup is one of the most important markup types you should use. It gives you the authorship rich snippet, which…

    Social Media Examinerin SEO- 30 readers -
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