DARE TO SHARE!
As we know our beloved #Semanticweb and #semanticsearch need both some help from us, #schemaorg is a great start for that.
I am so proud to share an Schema Editor that my smart-as-hell colleague, , shared today with me and gave me the exclusive right to share it with you.
We both will be glad to have some feedback from you on how we could improve it and make it even better.
How does it work:
1) Choose a schema from the dropdown above.
2) Fill out as many of the fields in the schema as you have data for.
3) Required fields are marked with an asterisk.
4) Fields with a dataset of options, are highlighted in yellow. Use your browsers arrow-down to see the complete list of options.
5) In the small dropdown to the right of each field, you can choose which HTML-tag will be used for the output.
6) If you want to hide all output, and just provide the information to a crawler, use the <meta>-tag.
1) Your CMS-system must be able to save HTML5-tags as well as schema-related attributes: itemprop, itemtype and itemscope.
2) In TinyMCE, this is done in a config-file.
1) Drag Schema Editor to your Bookmarks bar.
Currently, only insecure connections (http) will work.
We will appreciate any opinion. Enjoy!
Here is the link to the Schema Editor: http://goo.gl/62m7mn