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Can you use plain text for addresses in schema.org markup?

html,schema.org,structured-data
I have a CMS that has a single text field for an Organization address. The data is stored very inconsistently and, in many cases, I'm dealing with city/state only. I'm fairly new to schema.org and would like to know if I can simply do something like the following to handle...

Structured-Data > Microdata > Schema > Article > Author Itemscope > Properties > Google Validation Error

markup,schema.org,microdata
I am developing my own site locally. This is my first site so I am a relative 'noob'. I have begun the process of marking up my site with the microdata format using the schema.org vocabulary. I am using Google's structured data tester to test my microdata markup. On a...

Schema.org - JSON-LD - Where to Place?

schema.org,json-ld
I am looking to use JSON-LD for schema on a website. (Schema meaning schema.org data.) I know how to write the data but my question is is there a prefered location in my code to insert this data? In other words, should the JSON-LD always be in the head, body,...

Site name in Google search results for multi-language websites

html,seo,schema.org,google-rich-snippets
Using Schema.org, I can set the name for my website so it’s visible in Google Search: https://developers.google.com/structured-data/site-name Example: <script type="application/ld+json"> { "@context" : "http://schema.org", "@type" : "WebSite", "name" : "Your WebSite Name", "alternateName" : "An alternative name for your WebSite", "url" : "http://www.your-site.com" } </script> What if I have multi-language...

How to model directories and files using schema.org types with JSON-LD syntax?

schema.org,json-ld
I'm trying to model the concept of folders (or directories) and files. Folders can contain files, or other folders (arbitrary nested recursive structure, like on your typical filesystem). I would ideally like to start with a schema.org context and base type, and extend that to represent these entities. For various...

Schema.org - Correct way to set up a football (soccer) club with multiple teams

schema.org
I have a football club - Deal Community Sports FC, which has two teams - First Team and Reserves. I began implementing the sportsTeam markup from schema.org for Deal Community Sports, but then ran into a brick wall of confusion when it came to including the two teams as a...

Can I have multiple images marked up in a schema.org ImageObject?

html5,schema.org,microdata
In an HTML5 figure element, you can have multiple images inside. However, if you have the figure marked up as an ImageObject, can you mark up all the images inside of the figure with itemprop="contentUrl" or should only the first be marked up?

Sitelinks Search Box JSON-LD giving error on Google Structured Data Testing Tool

schema.org,google-rich-snippets,json-ld
I implemented Google’s Sitelinks Search Box to my site. It was working very well. But today I cheked again on Google Structured Data Testing Tool and something was wrong. Now I’m getting below error: And my implementation is: <script type="application/ld+json"> { "@context": "http://schema.org", "@type": "WebSite", "url": "https://www.saatler.com/", "potentialAction": { "@type":...

Is it okay to use same schema.org markup twice on one page?

schema.org,microdata,rich-snippets,structured-data
On a product page I have two aggregated ratings for one product at different places, which means they contain identical information. I want to have them twice on that page due to ux reasons, but I'm not sure if I can markup them with schema.org everytime or if this would...

Schema.org, correct Attributes for a School Undergraduate Program

schema.org,rdfa
I am unsure as to how I should attribute a school's programs. I need to denote the top level, so Graduate vs. Undergraduate and then subs of those items, so Graduate -> Art or Undergraduate -> Java Programming. I am assuming I would be using Thing > Organization > EducationalOrganization...

Can't get Google Now card to trigger from email

html,email,schema.org,google-now,json-ld
I've followed the tutorial here: https://developers.google.com/schemas/tutorials/google-now-cards and I cannot get an event card to show up in my google now. I have noticed that some of the test emails I sent yesterday using this link http://gmail-actions.appspot.com/ (as suggested by the tutorial) have correctly showed the "Modify Reservation" button in Gmail...

Combining seperate Schema.org Organization sections in Microdata

html5,schema.org,microdata
I can't seem to figure out the correct way to combine my logo section, address section and social media into one schema organization section. The following code is attempting to use the itemref attribute to combine the three separate areas. <div itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Organization" itemref="schemabiz schemabiz2" > <a itemprop="url" href="www.address.com"> <div...

Schema.org's WebSite vs WebPage

html5,seo,schema.org
I was reading Google documentation on how to impletement Sitelinks Search Box. In the example, they use itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/WebSite" to implement sub-properties like potentialAction, etc. However, after reading the schema documentation CreativeWork it looks to me that WebSite is inferior to WebPage. They inherit the same properites from CreativeWork WebPage...

Define extra properties for an existing class in RDFS?

semantic-web,ontology,schema.org,rdfs
I want to create a RDFS schema about venue info which contains for example: address info and xxx info. I find another schema about it:https://schema.org/Place. It contains more properties about address info but no info about xxx. So Should I make my schema venue as a subclass of https://schema.org/Place and...

Child properties of Schema.org property

seo,semantic-web,schema.org,microdata,google-rich-snippets
I've been trying to figure out this riddle from a day now. Lets say that we have a TV Episode as following, <main itemscope itemtype="https://schema.org/TVEpisode"> <h1> <a itemprop="url" href="self.html"> Pokemon - <span itemprop="episodeNumber">88</span> </a> </h1> <h2 itemprop="name">In the Pink</h2> <p>Source: <span itemprop="partOfSeries">Pokemon</span> <span itemprop="partOfSeason">Orange Islands</span> </p> </main> Now the problem...

Best JSON-LD practices: using multiple