Markup for term definitions
The structure type
http://webmaster.yandex.ru/vocabularies/term-def.xml is used to mark up glossary entries that mainly consist of a brief definition or translation of a term. This format must
be used in cases where one page contains more than one entry (term) or more than one definition/translation of a term.
<div itemscope itemtype="http://webmaster.yandex.ru/vocabularies/term-def.xml"> <p itemprop="term"><b>COLLAGE</b></p> <ol> <li itemprop="definition" id="1">The same as an <i>applique</i>, that is, the creation of an image by pasting elements of that image onto a base material made from materials with different colors and textures.</li> <li itemprop="definition" id="2">In a broader sense, it is a graphic composition obtained by pasting different images onto a base material, thereby combining the different images into a single composition.</li> </ol> <p> <span itemprop="author">A.E. Milchin</span> <span itemprop="source">Publisher's reference glossary.- 3rd edition, with corrections and amendments, Electronic — M.: OLMA-Press</span>, <span itemprop="source-date">2006</span>. </p> </div>
The structure type
http://webmaster.yandex.ru/vocabularies/term-def.xml may contain the following properties:
id— unique identifier for a term or definition on a page (anchor), for example, a sequence number. An identifier (ID) must be specified in cases where one page contains more than one entry (term) or more than one definition/translation of a term;
term— the actual term;
definition— definition of the term. One term may have several definitions. In that case, each definition should have its own ID;
author— author: name, academic title, and other distinguishments;
source-date— date of publication (in the specified source and/or by the specified author, but not on the website where the glossary is published);
If definitions were taken from different authors or from different sources, then each set of definition+author+source should be formed into an HTML element with the itemscope attribute (for example, <span itemscope>).