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Re: @itemid and URL properties in schema.org

From: Jayson Lorenzen <Jayson.Lorenzen@businesswire.com>
Date: Mon, 07 Nov 2011 09:10:30 -0800
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Hello, I wish to ask a potentially silly question regarding the intentions of Schema.org described in this thread. I notice Google, in their Rich Snippets Testing Tool, treat @itemid and URL properties differently and wonder if that is intentional or an oddity of the test tool. The test tool converts values of @itemid to be all lower case, which sort of changes the URLs, though it leaves URL properties mixed case. It also does not promote a Thing/url property to be the "id" for an Item, in place of an @itemid,  when @itemid is not there.


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