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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 Part Of: http://dublincore.org/specifications/dublin-core/usageguide/2001-04-12/
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