- Monday, 25th October 2021
When you view a website, you are effectively being presented with a corporate brochure. The website owner will use a specific font typeset, a brand conscious colour scheme and any number of graphs and images to represent their products and services to you.
However, within the Structured Data community, where markup languages are our raison d'etre, the structured source of a webpage can tell you quite a bit more about an organisation beyond their branded colour scheme.
To view the source of a webpage:
When you view the source, you are looking at the raw structure of a webpage in its native "text" format before any styling has been applied. This raw format is marked up using the Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) to create the structure of the webpage and, as with all markup languages, you can validate the markup with the appropriate DTD/Schema.
Select a validator below to check if a webpage Markup validates against its DTD/Schema: