Rich Meta in RDFa

Descripción

This WordPress plugin allows users to add some Dublin Core data in RDFa within the HTML page of each post.
Currently it is all pretty straightforward because it is only used for harvesting by ISIDORE (https://isidore.science),
but
in the future it would be nice to have some tweaks in the admin panel. i.e. Change the namespace and element name of the RDFa data for a given input like title or excerpt.

Capturas de pantalla

  • Example of the output (in the body element of the HTML, under the entry-content div class)

Instalación

  1. Upload directory rich-meta-in-rdfa to the /wp-content/plugins/ directory
  2. Activate the plugin through the ‘Plugins’ menu in WordPress

FAQ

ISIDORE can not crawl my website and complains of a @rel attribute within a link element

Please go to the settings page of the plugin (under Settings in the Dashboard left-side menu) and uncheck the checkbox mentioning the link elements.
It will remove the link elements within the HTML page and will stop causing problems. Don’t worry, this setting will not break the website, it will just omit a certain part of the HTML but the functionality will still be available at the correct URL.

What elements are being created

Here is the list of elements being created:
* dc:identifier
* dc:title
* dc:description
* dc:date
* dc:creator
* dc:source
* dc:subject
* dc:type
* dc:language

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Historial de cambios

1.2.6

  • Testing done for WordPress v5.4.x (up to v5.4.1)

1.2.5

  • Testing done for WordPress v5.4.x (up to v5.4.1)

1.2.4

  • Testing done for WordPress v5.x (up to v5.1.1)

1.2.3

  • Fix bug that adds an empty space before the dc:title

1.2.2

  • The title of each post is now preceded by a mention (if filled) editable in the settings page

1.2.1

  • The sitemap rich-meta-in-rdfa.xml was wrong on websites using permalink with full name of the post6, instead of ones
    with identifiers

1.2.0

  • A special sitemap can now be created to provide all posts of WP, their URL and Last modification date, this is
    available in the option of the tool

1.1.0

  • The metadata is not anymore in the header part of the HTML but in the beginning of the post and inside an hidden
    div instead of meta elements

1.0.0

  • An admin has possibility to hide 2 link elements in the header because of some rel attribute that do not pass
    validation on ISIDORE (view plugin settings)
  • 9 Dublin Core elements are used statically (dc:title is WP Post title, etc…)
  • First version with no administration panel for Dublin Core elements yet