Web Page Metadata - Dublin Core Syntax


The dublin core is a web metadata protocol that transform a resource as a graph

Abstract of Element Names

Element Child Elements Type Comments
title string The title of the page.
creator string indicates the primary author of a page; defaults to the full name of the user who created the page
subject string list of space separated tags; not set by default
description tableofcontents, abstract array tableofcontents is an array of the TOC items with keys hid (header ID), title, type and level; abstract is 250 to 500 char raw text from the beginning of the page used for the RSS feed
publisher string not used
contributor array a list of all users who have made non-minor contributions to the page; every item has the user ID as key and the full name as value
date created, valid, available, issued, modified array a timestamp (or an array of the timestamps start and end for a period); date created is filled with the creation date by default, date modified with the date of the last non-minor edit; the rest is not set by default
type string not set, but defaults to “text” when exported; recommended values are: collection, dataset, event, image, interactiveresource, movingimage, physicalobject, service, software, sound, stillimage or text
format string a MIME type is expected; not set, but defaults to “text/html” when exported
identifier string a unique ID of the page; not set, but defaults to the page ID when exported
source string not used
language string a two-letter language code is expected; not set, but defaults to the chosen language for DokuWiki when exported
relation isversionof, hasversion, isreplacedby, replaces,
isrequiredby, requires, ispartof,
haspart, isreferencedby, references,
isformatof, hasformat, conformsto
array each of the child elements can contain a list of pages that stand in the indicated relation to the current page; the page ID serves as key, the existence of the page as value; in references, DokuWiki keeps track of which pages are linked by the current page;
coverage spatial, temporal array not used
rights accessrights, license array not set, but accessrights default to “public editable”, “public viewable” or “private” with respect to current ACL settings; license defaults to the Creative Commons license if set

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