I wanted to know which is better for front end semantics as in, I have mentioned the combination below. Please suggest which one should I go with and what would server better in long run.

  • Microdata
  • RDFa
  • Microformat
  • RDFa+Microdata
  • Microdata + Schema.org

Please let me know which combination would be the best for any current scenario. Since I believe HTML5 comes with Microdata this would be the one along with schema. Still it would be better to know. Thanks

asked 20 Feb '13, 02:48

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Hi, I would give brief comparisons over all of them:

Microformats

  • Not extensible, you can't define new vocabulary
  • Concise and easy to understand

RDFa

  • Extensible
  • Expressive
  • Complex, meaning slower adoption

Microdata

  • Extensible
  • Still simple but less expressive than RDFa
  • Part of HTML 5 suite
  • Suitable for Schema.org
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answered 20 Feb '13, 18:13

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@fadirra I guess then I must go for RDFa but are there things that can directly push in RDFa on an HTML page ?

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I don't really know if there are tools to do that. But for sure, you can use any HTML editor to make RDFa-enriched web pages.

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