Spice Your Content Up With Tasty Semantics

  • Stéphane Corlosquet


It used to be that search engines had to guess which parts of a page to show to make your site look relevant and attractive in their search results. Now Drupal gives you the tools to clearly express what meaning your content carries, thus helping other applications on the Web to truly understand your site and reuse your content in potentially useful and attractive ways (see Figure 28-1).


Resource Description Framework Entity Type Resource Description Framework Data Standard Profile Simple Knowledge Organization System 


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  1. 1 LLRX, “Deep Web Research 2007,” www.llrx.com/features/deepweb2007.htm, 2006.
  2. 2 W3C, “Linked Data,” www.w3.org/DesignIssues/LinkedData, 2006.
  3. 3 XMLNS, “FOAF Vocabulary Specification 0.98”, http://xmlns.com/foaf/spec/, 2010
  4. 4 W3C, “CURIE Syntax 1.0: A syntax for expressing Compact URIs,” www.w3.org/TR/curie/, 2010.
  5. 6 W3C, “RDFa in XHTML: Syntax and Processing,” www.w3.org/TR/rdfa-syntax/, 2008.

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© Benjamin Melançon, Jacine Luisi, Károly Négyesi, Greg Anderson, Bojhan Somers, Stéphane Corlosquet, Stefan Freudenberg, Michelle Lauer, Ed Carlevale, Florian Lorétan, Dani Nordin, Ryan Szrama, Susan Stewart, Jake Strawn, Brian Travis, Dan Hakimzadeh, Amye Scavarda, Albert Albala, Allie Micka, Robert Douglass, Robin Monks, Roy Scholten, Peter Wolanin, Kay VanValkenburgh, Greg Stout, Kasey Qynn Dolin, Mike Gifford, Claudina Sarahe, Sam Boyer, and Forest Mars, with contributions from George Cassie, Mike Ryan, Nathaniel Catchpole, and Dmitri Gaskin 2011

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