RDF related modules. RDF is short for Resource Description Framework, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Resource_Description_Framework

RDF entity

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A module that allows to store content entities directly in an RDF data store.

Semantic Markup

Allows semantic markup (such as RDFa or Microdata) to be added using XPath queries

Currently under development:

  • Using CSS selectors instead of XPath
  • Allowing overriding of default mappings with alter hook


Nemrod is a framework providing an abstraction layer for handling (consuming and producing) RDF in a Drupal project. The framework provides five main components:

- a resource manager (similar to Doctrine's resource manager)
- a SPARQL query builder allowing to interact directly with your sparql endpoint(s)
- a form extension allowing to build forms to create or update data
- a json-ld serializer allowing to produce framed json-ld representation of RDF, usable with REST module.

Nemrod mainly relies on
- EasyRdf
- Json-ld

FranklyMe Widget

The Frankly.me plugin for Drupal adds Frankly.me social plugins to your Drupal site and optimizes the experience of your audience through easy ask buttons and social widgets. Associate your Drupal site with side pane widgets and embed shortcodes for frankly.me ask button and social widgets. All features are deeply integrated with Drupal APIs to make building your webpages and administrative features as easy as possible with the extensibility you expect from Drupal.

Video Comment FranklyMe

Use this plugin to spice up your posts with video comments instead of boring text comments. Simply start by creating a new post, the video comment feature is added automatically at the end of the post.

This plugin places two-set widget. First, a sleek 'record video' button, and a video carousel at the end of all of your posts. Official plugin from FranklyMe.

It'll be shown to your audience once your post goes live, where they can take a video selfie (velfie) that'll be viewable by everybody on your site.

Structured Data Markup (Rich Snippets)

Structured data markup provides a standard way of describing things on your website, along with their properties.

Structured Data as defined by Google:

Structured data refers to kinds of data with a high level of organization, such as information in a relational database. When information is highly structured and predictable, search engines (like Google) can more easily organize and display it in creative ways. Structured data markup is a text-based organization of data that is included in a file and served from the web.


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