Various people have asked: "how do I get that cool article rendering for my content?" and now we've published the documentation: https://developers.google.com/+/web/snippet/article-rendering
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- FYI: I finally got the comments working by moving Google Analytics further down and removing some spurious tags.May 17, 2014
- tap tap tap -- the doc page hasn't changed since May 8th and is still disseminating non-optimal (that is to say... technically incorrect... information).
See also https://plus.google.com/+DanScottCAN/posts/HWF1kCiu96U for some more general feedback about the doc page and its lack of adherence to general best practices for the Web (such as a descriptive <title> tag), as well as to its own guidelines.
Sorry to be a pest, but this is pretty important stuff to get right!May 20, 2014
- Still working on itMay 20, 2014
- Hey folks, happy to let you know that we have updated and corrected documentation up at https://developers.google.com/+/web/snippet/article-rendering.
Please let us know if we need to make any more tweaks =).Jun 6, 2014
- schema.org example uses all <meta> tags; normally we would mark those up inline as <div>, <span>, <p>, etc and only fall back to meta when you don't have a good element to add the attribute to.So, it's a bit weird that the
And the OGP example mixes microdata (itemprop) and RDFa (property) attributes, which probably isn't intended.Jun 6, 2014
- Dan, thanks for the feedback.
We were aware that using the meta tags for the schema example is a bit weird, but given that we wanted to keep the example as simple as possible, and the fact that the markup is out of context, we thought it was a fair trade off.
I'll flag the issue with the OGP markup and we'll get that fixed.Jun 6, 2014