Join James Williamson for an in-depth discussion in this video Defining prices, part of HTML: Structured Data.
- In this exercise, we're gonna add the registration fee…to our structured data.…Much like adding locations, as we did in the last exercise,…this is gonna require us to nest data types,…as well as pay attention to how content is formatted.…To illustrate this, I've opened up the index page…in the browser.…And if we just scan through this H+ Run section,…if I asked you how much would the registration fee…for this be, it would be pretty easy for you…to scan through this information,…find registration is $20, and then report back to me.…Well, it's easy for you and I,…but it might not be quite as easy for a machine.…
So let's take a look at what they're expecting to find.…So jumping back into the schema.org page for Events,…I'm gonna start scrolling through the Properties,…looking for something like registration fee or price.…And when I get down into the Ps and the Rs,…I certainly don't see that.…I don't see a ticket price.…If I go into the Properties from Thing,…I don't see anything there either, OK.…But if I go back up to the Properties for Event,…
- Choosing a syntax
- Learning microformats
- Structuring contact data
- Adding contact names, titles, photos, and addresses
- Learning RDFa
- Structuring event data
- Providing event dates
- Adding an event URL
- Learning microdata
- Structuring products
- Setting product pricing
- Adding individual product reviews
- Learning JSON-LD
- Creating a knowledge graph
Skill Level Intermediate
Google Analytics Essential Trainingwith Brad Batesole3h 50m Beginner
1. Introducing Structured Data
2. Marking Up Contacts
3. Marking Up Events
4. Marking Up Products
5. Creating a Knowledge Graph
Additional resources4m 59s
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