Re: [Gimp-web] Microdata markup formats

Thanks!  I went ahead with microdata and opengraph the other evening (it
was already something I was using on pixls, so it wasn't too alien for
me).  It seems to be ok, though I'll probably come back and consider
something like JSON-LD later on.  I didn't completely implement across
entire pages just yet, but it's on my to-do list. :)

On Wed, Nov 25, 2015 at 8:36 PM Andrew Toskin <andrew tosk in> wrote:

You can definitely mix and match microdata formats without causing any
issues, unless maybe you accidentally put conflicting information between
the different formats. Changes to metadata in one format will need to be
updated in all other formats. Shouldn't be too hard to keep straight.

*Microformats* might be a good choice too -- -- its markup only uses class and
rel attributes, so it neatly blends in with normal HTML. And if we
applied CSS based on the Microformats class attributes (which could be
appropriate, for example, with the h-card class for GIMP contact
information), then we could actually minimize how much extra markup the
microdata adds to every page.

I like OpenGraph too, because it's the easiest to understand and implement
-- just add a few <meta> tags to the document <head> instead of trying to
incorporate microdata throughout the page -- and pretty widely supported.


On Wed, 2015-11-25 at 18:09 +0000, Pat David wrote:

I'm in the middle of adding micordata markup the WGO and was wondering if
anyone had any input concerning implementation, types, or formats.

At the moment I'm going to focus on both

 microdata (considering
JSON-LD, but likely microdata atm) and opengraph.  I can't seem to find any
issues with using both at the same time.  If someone knows, please chime in.
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