Bibscope example for a reference to a web document

[Hick2013] Ian Hickson. HTML Microdata. W3C Working Group Note 29 October 2013. World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), 2013.
(accessed: Jan. 13, 2015).
The following code example illustrates the use of bibscope to mark up this web-document reference:
<td itemscope="itemscope"
..<span itemprop="editor">Ian Hickson</span>
..<span itemprop="title">HTML Microdata</span>.
..<span itemprop="subtitle">W3C Working Group Note 29 October 2013</span>.
..<span itemprop="association">World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)</span>,
..(<span itemprop="year">2013</span>).
..<br />
..<a itemprop="url"
.....title="HTML Microdata"></a>
..(accessed: <span itemprop="access-date">Jan. 10, 2015</span>).
The semantically annotated text parts are captured via span elements and, in the case of the URL string, via an a element. In each case, the itemprop attribute specifies the contained text. All annotated elements are siblings of the td element—the parent that encloses them. The itemtype attribute of the parent node identifies its microdata-structured entry as a bibscope-encoded web-document reference.

Vocabulary author: Axel Drefahl
Latest update: January 14, 2015
Axel at ResearchGate

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