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Sep 23, 2013, 04:17 #1
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importance of Microdata and rich snippets in HTML5
I am busy with optimizing my website with SEO content and everywhere possible adding tags, titles and name attributes.
When I go to my Google Webtools there is a section about 'Rich Snippets" which should be added to your content by using microdata which HTML5 is using to index web pages in a more understandable way for Bing, Yahoo, Google etc. and build stronger links (please correct me if I am wrong)
I've setup the first articles with snippets and I would looove to know if this any sence in the snippet tree which should be used based on the schematics from schema.org.
So basically I want to know is it worth all the extra work and in the example below, did I implement this correctly?
Your ideas and insight are very appreciated.
Cheers and have a good one
<div itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Product" style="margin: 0 0 25px 0;"> <div class="frontpage-features"><a itemprop="url" href="/index.php/services/web-design"> <img itemprop="image" class="align-left" src="images/icons/black-bike-media-web-design-icon.png" border="none" alt="Web design and front-end development" title="Web design and front-end development" width="110" height="110" style="border: none !important;" /></a> <div class="bfc-o"> <h1 itemprop="category" title="Web design and front-end development">Web Design</h1> <p itemprop="description" class="remove-margin">As front-end developer I design interactive websites that are responsive on desktops, phones and tablets</p></div></div>