Supercharge your WordPress Site with Smart Tagging and #Schemaorg support - a new way to write, and publish your contents to the Linked Data Cloud.
WordLift is a WordPress Plug-in developed by InSideOut10 to help you organise your post and pages using "concepts" like you do in the real world.
We now feature the WordLift Bar with the list of entities and links to the entity page right within your blog. WordLift Bar is experimental, if you encounter any issue you can disable it from the plugin options and report us any trouble or suggestion.
Warning: WordLift is still under heavy testing, therefore some features might not work as expected or not work at all. Should you encounter any issue while installing, activating, configuring and using the plug-in, we would love to receive your feedback to support [AT] wordlift.it
"Concepts" are just like tags but let you add structure to your information providing you and your visitors many ways to filter and visualize your content.
We developed WordLift with love because we believe that your website deserves a special place in the Semantic Web.
WordLift reads your pages or blog posts, understands it, enriches it by querying the semantic web and tags them using a markup vocabulary that all major search providers (Google, Bing, Yahoo! and Yandex) recognise.
Through a simple Plug-in all your contents will be instantly compliant with schema.org specifications; moreover WordLift will add to your blog an interface to ask meaning-driven questions about your contents (hence connecting your website to the Linked Data Cloud).
WordLift currently supports the following languages: English, 中文 (Chinese), Español (Spanish), Русский (Russian), Português (Portuguese), Deutsch (German), Italiano (Italian), Nederlands (Dutch), Svenska (Swedish) and Dansk (Danish).
The Plug-in is powered by RedLink: Europe's open source largest platform for semantic enrichment and search.
Requires: 3.3.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.5.1
Last Updated: 2013-4-7
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