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Qualified HTML Examples

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Date Issued:
2001-04-12
Date Created: 1999-09-23
Date Modified: 2001-01-03
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Is Replaced By:
Not applicable
Is Part Of: http://dublincore.org/documents/2001/04/12/usageguide/
Status of Document:
This is a DCMI Working Draft.

6.3 Qualified HTML Examples

Encoding Dublin Core Elements

This section consists of qualifed Dublin Core encoding examples, arranged by element. The qualifiers used have not been approved specifically by Dublin Core, but are included to illustrate how qualifiers work.

Title

    <meta name = "DC.Title"
          content = "Hamlet in Iceland; being the Icelandic romantic Ambales saga">
    <meta name = "DC.Title.Alternative"
          content = "Ambales saga">

    <meta name = "DC.Title.Alternative"
          lang = "en"
          content = "The Well-tempered Klavier">
_Subject (topic or keyword)_
    <meta name = "DC.Subject"
          content = "heart attack">

    <meta name = "DC.Subject"
          scheme = "MeSH"
          content = "Myocardial Infarction; Pericardial Effusion">

    <meta name = "DC.Subject"
          content = "Vietnam War">

    <meta name = "DC.Subject"
          scheme = "LCSH"
          content = "Vietnamese Conflict, 1961-1975">

    <meta name = "DC.Subject"
          content = "Friendship">

    <meta name = "DC.Subject.Classification"
          scheme = "DDC"
          content = "158.25">
_Description (textual description or abstract)_
    <meta name = "DC.Description.TableofContents"
          lang = "en"
          content = "The Author gives some Account of Himself and Family
                     -- His First Inducements to Travel -- He is
                     Shipwrecked, and Swims for his Life -- Gets safe on
                     Shore in the Country of Lilliput -- Is made a
                     Prisoner, and carried up the Country">

    <meta name = "DC.Description.Abstract"
          content = "The kinematics of the jaws and hyolingual apparatus in 
                     Caiman crocodilus were examined by cineradiography and
                     electromyography. After catching, caimans position their 
                     prey between the teeth by a series of inertial bites and 
                     then kill and crush it by a forceful bite.">
_Date (of creation or availability of resource; [WTN8601] recommended)_
    <meta name = "DC.Date.Created"
          content = "1998-05-14">

    <meta name = "DC.Date.Available"
          content = "1998-05-21">

    <meta name = "DC.Date.Valid"
          content = "1998-05-28">

    <meta name = "DC.Date.Created"
          content = "triassic">

    <meta name = "DC.Date.Issued"
          scheme = "ANSI.X3.X30-1985"
          content = "19980514">
_Type (category or genre)_
    <meta name = "DC.Type"
          scheme = "DCMIType"
          content = "Software">

    <meta name = "DC.Type"
          scheme = "DCMIType"
          content = "Dataset">

    <meta name = "DC.Type"
          scheme = "DCMIType"
          content = "Event">
_Format (data format, plus optional dimensions)_
    <meta name = "DC.Format.Medium"
          scheme = "IMT"
          content = "text/xml">

    <meta name = "DC.Format.Medium"
          scheme = "IMT"
          content = "image/jpeg">

    <meta name = "DC.Format.Medium"
          scheme = "IMT"
content = "video/mpeg"> <meta name = "DC.Format.Extent" content = "14 minutes"> <meta name = "DC.Format.Medium" content = "unix tar archive, gzip compressed; 1.5 Mbytes"> <meta name = "DC.Format.Extent" content = "1.5 Mb">
_Identifier (of the resource)_
    <meta name = "DC.Identifier"
          scheme = "URI"
          content = "http://catalog.loc.gov/67-26020">
_Language (of the content of the resource; [RFC1766] recommended)_
    <meta name = "DC.Language"
          content = "en">
    <meta name = "DC.Language"
          content = "en;fr">

    <meta name = "DC.Language"
          scheme = "rfc1766"
          content = "en">

    <meta name = "DC.Language"
          scheme = "ISO639-2"
          content = "eng">

    <meta name = "DC.Language"
          scheme = "rfc1766"
          content = "en-US">
_Relation (relationship to a second resource plus its identifier)_
    <meta name = "DC.Relation.IsPartOf"
          content = "http://foo.bar.org/abc/proceedings/1998/">

    <meta name = "DC.Relation.IsFormatOf"
          content = "http://foo.bar.org/cd145.sgml">

    <meta name = "DC.Relation.IsVersionOf"
          content = "http://foo.bar.org/draft9.4.4.2">

    <meta name = "DC.Relation.References"
          content = "urn:isbn:1-56592-149-6">

    <meta name = "DC.Relation.IsBasedOn"
          content = "Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet">

    <meta name = "DC.Relation.Requires"
          content = "LWP::UserAgent; HTML::Parse; URI::URL;
                     Net::DNS; Tk::Pixmap; Tk::Bitmap; Tk::Photo">
_Coverage (spatial or temporal features of the intellectual content)_
    <meta name = "DC.Coverage.Temporal"
          content = "US civil war era; 1861-1865">
    <meta name = "DC.Coverage.Spatial"
          content = "Columbus, Ohio, USA; Lat: 39 57 N Long: 082 59 W">
    <meta name = "DC.Coverage.Spatial.Lat"
          content = "39 57 N">
    <meta name = "DC.Coverage.Spatial.Long"
          content = "082 59 W">
    <meta name = "DC.Coverage.Spatial"
          scheme = "TGN"
          content = "Columbus (C,V)">

Some examples modified or extracted from John Kunze's Encoding Dublin Core Metadata in HTML