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Is there a collection or list of web frameworks that support either directly or via plugin JSON-LD or RDFa metadata inclusion?

I know there is https://www.drupal.org/project/schema_metatag for drupal but curious about others.

I'm trying to work with the scientific data publishing community to include schema.org metadata along with the data set landing pages. Being able to connect with the various frameworks they use now would be a huge win.

How to avoid redundancy of URL property?
I have an Organization markup, which includes than website and its breadcrumb on the following way.
This construction could be built on opposit way: the first entity could be the webpage, including breadcrumb and organization. But the problem remains for me the same: the page url appears three times, two times as "url"-property, once as "@id" in the breadcrumb.
- Which ways do you see to avoid this redundancy?
- Or: where would you omit url meaning it isn't required?

<script type="application/ld+json">
{"@context": "http://schema.org",
"@type": "Organization",
"name": "MyOrg",
"url": "http://www.example.com",
"mainEntityOfPage": {
"@type": "Webpage",
"url": "http://www.example.com",
"breadcrumb": {
"@type": "BreadcrumbList",
"itemListElement":
[
{
"@type": "ListItem",
"position": "1",
"item":
{
"@id": "http://www.example.com",
"name": "homepage"
}
},
{
"@type": "ListItem",
"position": "2",
"item":
{
"@id": "http://www.example.com/next-page/",
"name": "homepage"
}
}
]
}
}
}
</script>

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Bing now supports ClaimReview

The structured data documentation for Bing (http://binged.it/28QCcwd) has been amended to include support for ClaimReview (http://schema.org/ClaimReview), which can be used by publishers to provide fact checking data.

ClaimReview annotations should be used to convey that the page contains fact check information. This may be used to display enhanced captions on Bing that help convey this information to users.

Markup guidelines are provided on a page linked from the table of "scenarios":

Markup: Claim Review - Bing Webmaster Tools
https://binged.it/2uYJ2cM

While there's been no official announcement yet from Bing, this strongly suggests that, like Google (http://bit.ly/2uYSPQ9), Bing will start to annotate search results with fact check information.
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Metadata vs semantic metadata

Clever piece by +Teodora Petkova that I think is worth calling out specifically for search marketers, as often I think those in our industry fail to understand how "traditional" metadata (think <meta> description) is different from linked data.


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Are there any good guidelines on using the schema.org extension (http://schema.org/docs/schemas.html), both hosted & community? I would like to mark up my clients website more specifically then just LocalBusiness and wondering the best approach.

Do I put the LocalBusiness object in the page and separately put in another object from the http://health-lifesci.4.3-2f.schemaorgae.appspot.com/ or do I connect the two in some way?

Any "best" practices?

Hello everyone,

thank you for adding me to the group :) I work in online marketing and I'm always looking to learn new things. I looked through the posts in this community and I am glad to be a part of it now.

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hey everyone,

need a little help with an article just published
https://www.semrush.com/blog/schema-markup-for-company-corporations/?l=us

If anyone sees any goofs on my part that need correcting, PLEASE let me know ASAP :)
Thanks !

Real Estate - offeredBy/seller

Under Offer:

Could the "seller" be considered the Real Estate Company and "offeredBy" the Realtor that works for the Real Estate Company?

seller:
{
"@type":"RealEstateAgent",
"@id":"#RealEstateAgent"
}
offeredBy:
{
"@type":"Person",
"worksFor":"#RealEstateAgent"
}

Thanks,

Kurt

+Martin Hepp +Dan Brickley +Jarno van Driel

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Using the Structured Data Testing Tool in a dev environment

+Aymen Loukil with a great run down on how to use the Structured Data Testing tool when your content is behind a firewall (and other Google diagnostic tools like Speed Insight the AMP validation Tool).


Real Estate amentityFeature / containedInPlace

"@type": ["Accommodation", "Product"],


Should amenityFeature be separated based on if it is part of the property or not?

Example:
(not part of the physical property)
Close to Shopping
Near Mass transit hub

"amenityFeature":
[
{"@type":"LocationFeatureSpecification","value":"True","name":"Close to Shopping"},{"@type":"LocationFeatureSpecification","value":"True","name":"Nean Mass Transit"}
]


(part of the physical property - containedInPlace)
Elevators
Swimming Pool
Parking Garage

"containedInPlace":
{
"@type":"Accommodation",
"amenityFeature":
[
{"@type":"LocationFeatureSpecification","value":"True","name":"Elevators"},
{"@type":"LocationFeatureSpecification","value":"True","name":"Parking Garage"},
{"@type":"LocationFeatureSpecification","value":"True","name":"Swimming Pool"}
]
},
"amenityFeature":
[
{"@type":"LocationFeatureSpecification","value":"True","name":"Close to Shopping"},
{"@type":"LocationFeatureSpecification","value":"True","name":"Nean Mass Transit"}
],


+Martin Hepp +Dan Brickley +Jarno van Driel
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