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Latest revision as of 16:21, 6 May 2014

Structured Data Linter

Name of the tool: Structured Data Linter
Home page: http://linter.structured-data.org/
Date of latest release:
Programming language(s) that can be used with the tool:
Relevant semantic web technologies: microdata, RDFa, JSON-LD
Categories: Visualizer, RDF or OWL Browser
See also:
Public mailing list:
Preferred project URI:
DOAP reference:
Company or institution: http://structured-data.org/

(Tool description last modified on 2014-05-6.)

Description

The Structured Data Linter is a tool aiding webmasters and web developers to verify the structured data present in their HTML pages. Search engines use structured data to understand webpages more accurately and to present enhanced search results. The Linter understands the microdata, JSON-LD and RDFa formats according to their latest specifications. Note however that it does not guarranty that all consumers (e.g. search engines) will make use of all the structured data available in your page. The linter does not currently support microformats (contributions welcome).

In addition to providing snippet visualizations for schema.org, the linter performs limited vocabulary validations for schema.org, Dublin Core Metadata Terms, Friend of a Friend (FOAF), GoodRelations, Facebook's Open Graph Protocol, Semantically-Interlinked Online Communities (SIOC), Facebook's Open Graph Protocol, Simple Knowledge Organization System (SKOS), and Data-Vocabulary.org.

The Structured Data Linter was initiated by Stéphane Corlosquet and Gregg Kellogg, as part of the larger Structured Data initiative. Community input is welcome to improve this tool, suggest new features, etc. Anyone can contribute by filing issues on Github or forking the linter git repository.

Find out more about using rich formats at http://structured-data.org.