Someone also assembled a directory of metadata tags used by Pelican in its templates.
With Meta Tags you can edit and experiment with your content then preview how your webpage will look on Google, Facebook, Twitter and more!
Semantic HTML elements are those that clearly describe their meaning in a human- and machine-readable way. Elements such as <header>, <footer> and <article> are all considered semantic because they accurately describe the purpose of the element and the type of content that is inside
A free guide to HTML5 <head> elements.
An online bookmark manager which also can act as a content archiver. Can save content as HTML, PDF, or PNG in addition to storing links for later reference. Automatic summarization and tagging of links. Multiple user accounts. Multiple back-end databases (SQLite default). Annotation support. Written in Python 3. Don't know if there's an API.
A self-hosted financial manager. It can help you keep track of expenses, income, budgets and everything in between. It supports credit cards, shared household accounts and savings accounts. It’s pretty fancy. You should use it to save and organize money. Does double-entry bookkeeping. Can interface with some banking APIs.
Shaarli plugin to to show related links based on the number of identical tags.
Give the web application on this site a URL, some text, a phone number, or an SMS code and it'll generated a 2d barcode called a QRcode, which you can save as a .png file to use as you like. Good for stickers, business cards, and other ways of making some data machine readable and scannable.
The homepage of the Open Graph protocol, a system of tags for turning web pages into smart objects in a social graph. Describes what kind of content it is (which implies how to treat it) and allows functionality to be imported from social media sites. Supplies much greater context for web pages. Includes multimedia content.
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