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Technologies > Structured Data > Meta-tag-based formats > Technology Changes

Changes in the usage of Meta-tag-based formats

This diagram shows the percentages of websites that recently changed between Meta-tag-based formats and other structured data. See technologies overview for explanations on the methodologies used in the surveys.

How to read the diagram:
0.50% of the websites that are using Meta-tag-based formats were using RDFa until recently.
0.29% of the websites that were using Meta-tag-based formats until recently are now using RDFa.

Overall
1.10%
0.70%
RDFa
0.50%
0.29%
Microdata
0.45%
0.28%
JSON-LD
0.15%
0.12%
W3Techs.com, 24 January 2019
changes from other structured data to Meta-tag-based formats
changes from Meta-tag-based formats to other structured data
Percentage of websites changing between
Meta-tag-based formats and other structured data.

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Meta-tag-based formats
Category: Structured Data Formats
Meta-tag-based formats use that standard (X)HTML meta tag as basis to embed meta data in web pages.
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