Sometimes information is conveyed by image instead of text that can be marked up. Meta tags are available for conveying meaning about critical information from images.
- [Instructor] Let's continue on with the same example, … that we've been working with, … the Nadia's Garden Restaurant listing. … And we're going to look at line 14 … in this particular situation. … So this says that we opened for dinner promptly at 5:30 PM, … Tuesday through Sunday. … We know what that means is humans, … the restaurant is going to open at 5:30 PM every night … but Monday a closing hour isn't specified … because some restaurants close when things seem slow, … rather than closing according to our regular schedule. … You may be wondering why the time is flagged here … but not the days of the week, … the HTML time tag is designed for very specific dates … and times on the calendar, not general ranges … like those written here. … We aren't stating that the restaurant … is open December 1st to January 23rd, for example, … therefore this time tag isn't used for marking up … the days of the week in this particular scenario. … But, what about microdata? … How do we Mark up a situation like this? …
- Describing elements with schemas
- Embedding schemas in schemas
- Using the Structured Data Markup Helper
- Making up a document with microdata
- Making up a document with JSON-LD
- Testing your structured markup