Join James Williamson for an in-depth discussion in this video Setting pricing, part of HTML: Structured Data.
- The vocabulary for defining pricing for a product…is understandable complex.…I mean a product might have different offers,…discounts, different types of payment methods,…you might have limited availability…for that particular product.…There's a lot of variables that come into play…when you're talking about the pricing of a product.…So as you can imagine defining pricing,…even for simple instances can actually require…a little bit of work.…So we've got the Schema.org product Schema opened up.…And if I scroll down, I can see looking in here…that there really isn't a pricing.…
However there is in offers.…Now you may remember offers from the previous chapter…when we did an event and the event…had a registration fee, we used offers.…So these object types are sharing that vocabulary…and that's a really good thing.…Because what it means is once you get familiar…with using one set of objects in a vocabulary…it becomes really easy to use them in different types…and different situations.…Okay, so that means that we're gonna…
- 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
1. Introducing Structured Data
2. Marking Up Contacts
3. Marking Up Events
4. Marking Up Products
5. Creating a Knowledge Graph
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