Posts Tagged ‘semantic e-commerce’

GoodRelations Fully Integrated with and GoodRelations has announced that GoodRelations is now fully integrated into the markup vocabulary backed by Google, Yahoo!, Bing/Microsoft, and Yandex (read our past coverage). GoodRelations is the e-commerce vocabulary that has been developed and maintained by Martin Hepp since 2002 (previous coverage).

In the official announcement, R.V. Guha (Google) says, “Effective immediately, the GoodRelations vocabulary ( is directly available from within the site for use with both HTML5 Microdata and RDFa. Webmasters of e-commerce sites can use all GoodRelations types and properties directly from the namespace to expose more granular information for search engines and other clients, including delivery charges, quantity discounts, and product features.”

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Webnodes Announces New Version of Semantic CMS

Webnodes recently announced the release of version 3.8 of the company’s CMS with semantic e-commerce, MVC support, and new mobile features. The article states, “ASP.NET MVC (version 3) has become a very popular method for developing web sites and applications on the .Net platform. With this release of Webnodes CMS, templates can now be developed using MVC. Webforms and MVC are equally supported for template development in Webnodes, and both will continue to be supported in the future. You can also mix the two types in the same project.” Read more