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- 21 readers -
  • How to Use Semantic Markup to Improve Your Search Results

    …, search engines immediately know what your content is and can index it faster and more accurately. Another perk of using semantic markup is rich snippets. These are extra images or information (e.g., how many Google+ circles you’re in) that show up in search results and provide additional information about you or your content. The top result has…

    Social Media Examinerin SEO- 33 readers -
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