[pmwiki-users] Added meta tags and schema.org microdata injection into pages
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Sat Oct 1 00:06:40 CDT 2011
Pehaps just using a markup for each html meta entry or one markup that
covers all options in one markup.
(:facebookmeta name=??? description=??? image=??? :)
(:googleplusmeta name=??? description=??? image=??? :)
or create one markup that does both facebook and G+ at the same time.
(:fbgpmeta name=??? description=??? image=??? :)
Also, a skin change would also be needed on the html html-markup.
This could also be done automagically, but I'm not really sure how.
Perhaps a markup rule that detects space. :-)
What do you believe that gets more convoluted?
On 9/24/11, kirpi at kirpi.it <kirpi at kirpi.it> wrote:
> The advent of Google +1 triggered my attention to some (probably)
> useful pieces of information that could be added to our html pages in
> order not only to let the +1 button (and its Facebook cousin) work
> better, but also (supposedly) to generally achieve better display in
> Google (and potentially other search engines) results.
> A few examples of such things might be similar to these:
> <html itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Article">
> <meta itemprop="name" content="..." />
> <meta itemprop="description" content="..." />
> <meta itemprop="image" content="..." />
> <meta property="og:title" content="..."/>
> <meta property="og:image" content="..."/>
> <meta property="og:description" content="..."/>
> but there there is a bit more here
> Does the community think that such pieces of added information might
> really make a difference in search results and social sharing?
> I personally do, definitely.
> If so, what would/will/is the practical way to place/inject such kind
> of things into the html, per page?
> I just know about standard "keywords" and "description" meta tags, but
> here things seem to go a little further, and slightly more convoluted.
> Thank you
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