[Pro] Using schema structured mark-up in Freeway

I’ve been searching the threads about this, but I’m guessing there isn’t a way to do it yet. Or is there?

I want to mark-up html text on separate pages so that is recognised as an article by search engines, using schema.org structured mark-up.

Has anybody found a way of doing this for the title, content etc?

I would be most grateful if someone could enlighten me.

Thanks.

http://www.floodcontrolinternational.com/CASE-STUDIES/river-flooding.html


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Do you have a specific example of what you are trying to do? If you want to mark up individual HTML boxes, you can do that with the Item / Extended dialog. In the

segment, anything you add (name/value pairs) will become individual attributes on the DIV itself. So you could start with something like this:

<div id="item42">
	<p>Your content here.</p>
</div>

And add any random attributes you like to the basic code:

<div id="item42" data-foo="bar" data-baz="boo">
	<p>Your content here.</p>
</div>

There aren’t any Actions to make this easier, but they would not be particularly challenging to write – they’re just a UI with some fields and a simple function to write those into the output stream.

Walter

On Jan 21, 2014, at 6:13 AM, Josephine wrote:

I’ve been searching the threads about this, but I’m guessing there isn’t a way to do it yet. Or is there?

I want to mark-up html text on separate pages so that is recognised as an article by search engines, using schema.org structured mark-up.

Has anybody found a way of doing this for the title, content etc?

I would be most grateful if someone could enlighten me.

Thanks.

http://www.floodcontrolinternational.com/CASE-STUDIES/river-flooding.html


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Yay, Microdata!!!

You can add attributes to html elements fairly easily through the menu Item

Extended function… in Freeway Pro. And any other Item in FWP that allows
it (there is no full listing). Most item extensions involve the Style
attribute (style="") but you can create your own – the most common is
class="" but this also works for itemscope and itemtype=""…

Select the div in FWP and menu Item > Extended (or right-click the item or
keybd command-option-x) The Extended window will have two panes… div and
div style. Choose div, then create the attribute/value pair (or just the
attribute with no value for booleans).

Anything else must be done through markup, but perhaps this will get you
started.

For anyone else curious about all this -
http://diveintohtml5.info/extensibility.html


Ernie Simpson

On Tue, Jan 21, 2014 at 6:13 AM, Josephine <email@hidden

wrote:

I’ve been searching the threads about this, but I’m guessing there isn’t a
way to do it yet. Or is there?

I want to mark-up html text on separate pages so that is recognised as an
article by search engines, using schema.org structured mark-up.

Has anybody found a way of doing this for the title, content etc?

I would be most grateful if someone could enlighten me.

Thanks.

http://www.floodcontrolinternational.com/CASE-STUDIES/river-flooding.html


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Thanks for the replies, I shall investigate as directed.

Cheers.


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Hello all

Is there anything a little clearer on this in relation to how to apply it to items on the Freeway page? I have just tagged a contact page on a website, and now I am just struggling to see how I take the code an put it on the page.

Below is extracted from the html file Google has generated.

xxxxxxx
xxxxxx, xxxxx xxxxx

xxxxxxx

xxxxxxx
xxxx
xxxx

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It would appear I have again answered by own question after reading the many similar queries on here.

Basically, after tagging the items you want on the live page using the nifty Google utility in Webmaster Tools, you can download the whole page in question as html, and that code retains all of the css style and div references, but with the added schema elements.

So, back in Freeway, I just deleted the formatted content which was originally on the page, and inserted an html mark-up box, and copied the relevant text block from the downloaded Google markup.html page, and it worked.


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But would you need to add an HTML Markup BOX on the page or just use Page > HTML Markup > Before instead?

We are discussing that question now in the following thread:

https://freewaytalk.softpress.com/thread/view/127812#latest


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