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this document defines an API for extracting structurated information from web pages, using the RDFa formalism.

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It’s been great to see RDFa being picked up by web2.0 publishers like Digg and MySpace. You can use the RDFa Distiller to extract the RDFa from a given web page

Archive of W3C News in 2008


2008-10-15: The Semantic Web Deployment Working Group and the XHTML2 Working Group published the W3C Recommendation RDFa in XHTML: Syntax and Processing. This specification allows publishers to express structured data on the Web within XHTML. This allows tools to read it, enabling a new world of user functionality, allowing users to transfer structured data between applications and web sites, and allowing browsing applications to improve the user experience. For those looking for an introduction to the use of RDFa and some real-world examples, please consult the updated RDFa Primer. Learn more about the Semantic Web Activity and the HTML Activity.



Stuff in, triples out output is one of html, json, ntriples, rdf, rss or turtle

RDF in HTML: Approaches


Moxilla Developer Center Webwatch


tech News - webservices - web2.0




Introducing Embedded RDF


" enhanced way to embed RDF into XHTML that doesn't require any new markup".

EmbeddingRDFinHTML - ESW Wiki


HTML in RDF/Notation3 from Sean B. Palmer on 2002-07-21 ( from July 2002)


Y'a vraiment des cinglés chez les geeks (Pléonasme ?)