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1. RDFa: an RDF syntax inside HTML

Réalisation : 8 septembre 2016 Mise en ligne : 8 septembre 2016
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The idea of the integration of the web of linked data with other data formats and sources is determined by the fact that the Web is evolving towards all forms of data, towards the integration of all kinds of sources and all kinds of formats.

RDFa is a syntax for RDF inside HTML

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Inria. (2016, 8 septembre). 1. RDFa: an RDF syntax inside HTML. [Vidéo]. Canal-U. https://www.canal-u.tv/99553. (Consultée le 18 mai 2022)
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RDFa Lite Cheat Sheet

There are many documents online about RDFa for instance here is a Cheat Sheet for RDFa Lite 1.1 Recommendation.

schema.org

On the Web site schema.org, you will find all the domains covered by the schemas of this initiative shared between some of the major search engines and applications of the Web.

voir :

https://schema.org/docs/schemas.html

Twitter cards

Another example of the use of injecting metadata inside HTML content is given by Twitter Cards. The metadata added in your pages allow Twitter to enrich tweets linked to your content by adding a “Card” visible to all of the people viewing the tweet and enriching the user experience with additional multimedia content.

RDFa.info Play tool

The site rdfa.info provides many resources for embedding linked data in HTML.

 You can, for instance, play with a tool to see in real time the modifications you make to an RDFa+HTML code... Play with it to add, for example, a creator property to a document!

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