The early 2000s social bookmarking and link-sharing website was great for organizing and discovering the web by topic. I really wish it still was around.
Do you still need to maintain webpage thumbnails/link previews in legacy image formats, or have apps caught up with the WebP revolution? It’s a bit complicated.
Humans will understand an “out-of-date” label near an article’s dateline. Here’s how to make search engines aware of outdated pages in a machine-readable format.
You can easily get unexpected HTML+RDFa Lite parsing results by unknowingly using it with RDFa Core attributes that just happens to also be HTML attributes.
Here’s my new utility program and Ruby library for embedding XMP sidecar files (.xmp/.xml) into JPEG, PNG, SVG, and WebP image files.
Why the <link> element, a metadata element for link type data, is better suited for links than the more generic <meta> element.
Put your existing image metadata to good use. Embed descriptions, copyright information, and more into your images to improve Bing/Google Image Search results.
I’ve applied a permissive content license in hopes to enable more free-culture sharing and attract more incoming links.
An investigation into the legal-side and international copyright law when publishing on distributed peer-to-peer internet alternatives.
Firefox’s Reading Mode now prefers Dublin Core and Open Graph Protocol metadata when available over other metadata sources.
Social networks are some of the web’s largest consumers of RDFa metadata. Yet, their document parsers really suck at handling it.