a module for extracting HTML5 microdata in the browser
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microdata

a module for extracting HTML5 microdata in the browser

Compatibility

microdata uses component-query, a wrapper for selector engines. If you don't plug a selector engine into it, it'll default to querySelector/querySelectorAll. See the caniuse page for querySelector/querySelectorAll for more information.

Installation

$ npm install --save microdata

API

microdata(schema, elem)

find all the elements with the given itemtype, extracts their data and returns them in an array. if elem is given, it only looks within that element.

example:

microdata('http://data-vocabulary.org/Person')

example return value:

[{ 
  "_type": "http://data-vocabulary.org/Person",
  "photo": "http://diveintohtml5.info/examples/2000_05_mark.jpg",
  "name": "Mark Pilgrim",
  "title": "Developer advocate",
  "affiliation": "Google, Inc.",
  "address": {             
    "_type": "http://data-vocabulary.org/Address",
    "street-address": "100 Main Street",
    "locality": "Anytown", 
    "region": "PA",        
    "postal-code": "19999",
    "country-name": "USA"
  },            
  "url": ["http://diveintomark.org/", "http://www.google.com/profiles/pilgrim", "http://www.reddit.com/user/MarkPilgrim", "http://www.twitter.com/diveintomark"]
}]

microdata.extract(elem)

extract all the microdata from an element. if multiple values are found for a property, it's turned into an array.

License

MIT