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Questions tagged [rdfa]

RDFa is an HTML specification to embed rich semantic data labels within web pages, supporting machine readability.

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Why does the SDTT tell me that the image field is missing?

I created a recipe on Drupal 8. When I test my page with Google Structured Data Testing Tool, it tells me that the image field is missing: Yet when I open the link of the image in my internet browser,...
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SEO schema.org Breadcrumb with display: none?

Background / Motivation I maintain a Drupal module (Crumbs), that calculates breadcrumbs for a Drupal site. I want to make those breadcrumbs SEO-friendly by using e.g. schema.org metadata semantic ...
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Is there a representative logo for Structured Data which can be used on icons?

My suspicion is that the answer very likely is "No." But I thought I'd ask anyway. Various common protocols, standards and technologies have their own logos: e.g. GSM, Email, RSS, WiFi, HTML5, ...
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Schema markup for list of brands offered by a business

I am looking at marking up a list of brands offered by the business, for example (Nike Logo) Nike (adidas Logo) adidas (Puma Logo) Puma Each of these link to the brand products sold. What would be ...
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Error “xmlns.com/foaf/0.1/Image is not a known valid target type for the image property”

I'm trying to test my page with the Google Structured Data Tool, but I run into this problem and I don't understand why. This is my code (with schema.org): <article id="node-402" class="node node-...
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Are Web Description Protocols useful for SEO

I feel new to SEO world, but for now everything I have found are like 20+ html meta tags where only 3 or 4 are in common use, the point is that after some digging I am on the crossroad between taking ...
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Is using the Open Graph Protocol helpful, harmless, or harmful to SEO?

I am doing an SEO project and I noticed that all of the meta tags have an "og" in the property attribute of the tag, such as: <meta property="og:title" content="" /> <meta property="og:type" ...
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Can Open Graph properties be effectively used on tags other than meta/link?

meta and link elements sometimes create a sort of redundancy in the markup. For example, there is already a title element but in order to declare an og:title property one would have to add a separate ...
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How to represent disease symptoms in Web Ontology Language

I want to be able to store free text medical records in an ontologically friendly format (preferably owl 2). While I have come across this useful resource: https://schema.org/MedicalSignOrSymptom it ...
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A good way to use RDFa in a WordPress post

I'm using the RDFa on the breadcrumbs, and this is the scheme of my code in a post: <div class="path" vocab="http://rdfa.data-vocabulary.org/#"> <span id="breadex">You are here: </...
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How to transform RDF to Microdata in a WordPress site?

I have a breadcrumb with RDF data and I want to adapt it to Microdata. First of all, I'm not sure about the structure, because it will work on a WordPress template. But I found this code: http://www....
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Using RDFa with an image inside of an H1 tag

I come from a development background but just recently starting learning SEO along with RDFa. I am working on our companies new website where the designer is using our different divisions logos at the ...
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Why can't Google handle rich snippets events with dates before 1970

Using Google's Rich Snippet Test Tool I couldn't get it to successfully recognize my event data (we have many sermons on our website dating back to 1947). Finally, I got it to recognize it when ...
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Breadcrumbs RDFA

Have implemented Breadcrumb RDFA http://www.mycarhelpline.com/index.php?option=com_forms&view=pages&layout=sellcar&Itemid=4 While checking the page , the RDFA Data shows property: ...
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How much time to update the Structured data in Search Results?

We have updated the structured data for the ratings in the website and it is detected also by the crawler but I am not able to view the ratings in the search results page. I can see the breadcrumb ...
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Would using RDFa improve ranking/traffic?

My website is a legal search engine, lawmirror.com, and there are about 600k records available online. Currently using XHTML5 and on some pages Microdata. Same record appears many times on ...
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Why use Microdata or RDFa, and which one to use?

I was checking my SEO score on few SEO sites and few of them told me that I don’t have Microdata or RDFa. I searched and found this: Microdata vs RFDa Good question, but I was wondering: Why should ...
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What is best for SEO - 'RDFa Semantic Web' or 'Link Building'

Given that RDFa is fairly sensible and Google use it, should I plug in some sensible semantic web tags into my site or should I invest my energies into link building? I was also planning to use this ...
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Microdata vs RFDa

I am wondering whether to use Microdata or RFDa to mark information for search engines on my Webapplication. Google supports and has documentation for both. But i was not able to find a summary ...
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What are the benefits of RDFa?

I've seen some blogs etc. about this new technology: RFDa, but is there any benefits in using it now. From what I understand, it's mainly used by search engines and other crawlers, but have Google, ...
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Can I use RDFa with HTML5?

Can I use RDFa with HTML5?