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HTML5 Snippets - State Who Owns Or Manages The Rights Of Your Web Pages Content

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Now if you want to specify who owns or manages the copyrights, trademarks, patents, or any other type of intellectual property rights for your web pages content. For example, if you wish to publicly indicate the person or organization who owns or manages the copyrights of your web pages content. Then all you have to do is add the <meta> element along with the name attribute and content attribute.

Now the <meta> element will represent your metadata. You will then need to include the dcterms.rightsHolder value for the name attribute in-order to tell the search engines spiders that they should expect a statement of who owns or manages the rights for your web pages content. Next you will need to add the content attribute. The content attributes value should be the statement of who owns or manages the rights for your web pages content.

When using the keyword value dcterms.rightsHolder for the name attribute to define who owns or manages the rights for your web pages content. You must include a link to the metadata terms provided by the Dublin Core Metadata Initiative (DCMI). In-order to do this you will need the <link> element along with rel attribute and href attribute.

Now the <link> element will define the relationship between the metadata from your web page to the metadata terms provided by the DCMI's web page. You will then need to include the schema.dcterms value for the rel attribute in-order to define the relationship between your web page and the linked web page to the metadata terms provided by the DCMI. Next you will need to add the href attribute. The href attributes value should be the URL ("http://purl.org/dc/terms/"), which is the location of the web page for the metadata terms provided by the DCMI.

You may include a link to the metadata terms provided by the DCMI once instead of multiple times when using multiple keyword values given to us by the DCMI that require a link to the metadata terms supplied to us by the DCMI.

On a side note when using the validator from w3.org to validate your code. The value schema.dcterms for the rel attribute will cause an error in your code since the keyword value schema.dcterms is not registered yet. So, for now you may leave out the <link> element that defines the relationship between the metadata from your web page to the metadata terms provided by the DCMI's web page if you like. But it's probably best if you don't since it's suggested that you must include a link to the metadata terms provided by the DCMI when using the keyword value dcterms.rightsHolder for the name attribute in-order to state who owns or manages the rights for your web pages content.

Now let me first show you the code by itself for the HTML snippet for stating who owns or manages the rights for your web pages content. And then I will show you how to code and where to place the HTML snippet for both HTML5 and XHTML5.

Here is the HTML code snippet below to state who owns or manages the rights for your web pages content using the <meta> and <link> elements.


<meta name="dcterms.rightsHolder" content="A statement of who owns or manages the rights for your web pages content" />
<link rel="schema.dcterms" href="http://purl.org/dc/terms/" />

Here is the HTML code snippet to add a statement of who owns or manages the rights for your web pages content using the <meta> and <link> elements for HTML5 in the example below.


<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<head>
 <meta charset="UTF-8">
 <title>Welcome To HTML5</title>
 <meta name="dcterms.rightsHolder" content="Example.com">  
 <link rel="schema.dcterms" href="http://purl.org/dc/terms/">  
</head>
<body>
  
 <p>Your web page should now have a statement of who owns or manages the rights for your web pages content.</p>  

</body>
</html>

And here is the HTML code snippet to add a statement of who owns or manages the rights for your web pages content using the <meta> and <link> elements for XHTML5 in the example below.


<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<!DOCTYPE html>
<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en">  
<head>
 <meta charset="UTF-8" />
 <title>Welcome To XHTML5</title>
 <meta name="dcterms.rightsHolder" content="Example.com" />  
 <link rel="schema.dcterms" href="http://purl.org/dc/terms/" />  
</head>
<body>

 <p>Your web page should now have a statement of who owns or manages the rights for your web pages content.</p>  

</body>
</html>

You may also be interested on how to add a copyright date to your web pages content, which you can learn more about in an earlier tutorial that was published called "HTML5 Snippets - Add A Copyright Date To Your Web Pages Content". You may also be interested on how to specify information about the rights for your web pages content, which you can learn more about in another tutorial that was published called "HTML5 Snippets - Add Information About The Rights Of Your Web Pages Content To Your Web Page".

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