Learn html5, Checking page semantics aa

If you’re going to put in all that hard work to add extra semantic data to your pages, it would be nice to know if you’ve done it correctly and what value that data actually gives you Well, thankfully Google has a structured data testing tool that makes it easy to do just that I’m back in our blog, this time opened from the 04_08 directory and the reason.

I’ve opened it from there is because there’s a little bit of extra information in here You’ll notice, for example, that if I go down into the reviews, you can see that I’ve already added a little bit more micro-data there that’s specific to the reviews themselves.

Okay, so what I’m going to do is I’m going to select all of this code, and then I’m going to copy it Since I don’t have it online, I want to use Google’s structure data tool to do this and what’s nice about this tool is I can either give it a URL of a page to check or I can just paste HTML directly into it I can find this at Google.com/webmasters/tools/richsnippets Now, I will say that his URL moves around a little bit.

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