The subject matter of the content.A cast member of the movie, TV series, season, or episode, or video.Physical address of the item.The country. For example, USA. You can also provide the two-letter <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_3166-1" target="new">ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country code</a>.An organization that this person is affiliated with. For example, a school/university, a club, or a team.The overall rating, based on a collection of reviews or ratings, of the item.A collection of music albums.Alumni of educational organization.An educational organizations that the person is an alumni of.A person attending the event.An embeded audio object or URL associated with the content.The author of this content. Please note that author is special in that HTML 5 provides a special mechanism for indicating authorship via the rel tag. That is equivalent to this and may be used interchangabely.The availability of this item—for example In stock, Out of stock, Pre-order, etc.The highest value allowed in this rating system. If bestRating is omitted, 5 is assumed.The postings that are part of this blogThe format of the book.The larger organization that this local business is a branch of, if any.The brand of the product.The artist that performed this album or recording.The number of caloriesThe number of grams of carbohydrates.A child of the person.The number of milligrams of cholesterol.A colleague of the person.A contact point for a person or organization.The basic containment relation between places.The location of the content.The time it takes to actually cook the dish, in <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_8601" target="new">ISO 8601 duration format</a>.The director of the movie, TV episode, or series.The duration of the item (movie, audio recording, event, etc.) in <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_8601" target="new">ISO 8601 date format</a>.Editor for this content.The elevation of a location.People working for this organization.The creative work encoded by this media objectThe media objects that encode this creative workThe episode of a TV series or season.The events held at this place or organization.The number of grams of fat.The number of grams of fiber.The most generic uni-directional social relation.A person who founded this organization.The geo coordinates of the place.The height of the media object.The highest price of all offers available.A contact location for a person's residence.The illustrator of the book.URL of an image of the item.The album to which this recording belongs.The playlist to which this recording belongs.Indicates whether this content is family friendly.Indicates the collection or gallery to which the item belongs.The condition of the item for sale—for example New, Refurbished, Used, etc.The item being sold.The item that is being reviewed/rated.The most generic bi-directional social/work relation.The latitude of a location. For example <code>37.42242</code>.The location of the event or organization.The longitude of a location. For example <code>-122.08585</code>.The lowest price of all offers available.Indicates if this web page element is the main subject of the page.The manufacturer of the product.An organization to which the person belongs.A member of this organization.The composer of the movie or TV soundtrack.A member of the music group—for example, John, Paul, George, or Ringo.Nationality of the person.The number of tracks in this album or playlist.The number of pages in the book.Nutrition information about the recipe.The number of offers for the product.An offer to sell this item—for example, an offer to sell a product, the DVD of a movie, or tickets to an event.The opening hours for a business. Opening hours can be specified as a weekly time range, starting with days, then times per day. Multiple days can be listed with commas ',' separating each day. Day or time ranges are specified using a hyphen '-'.<br />- Days are specified using the following two-letter combinations: <code>Mo</code>, <code>Tu</code>, <code>We</code>, <code>Th</code>, <code>Fr</code>, <code>Sa</code>, <code>Su</code>.<br />- Times are specified using 24:00 time. For example, 3pm is specified as <code>15:00</code>.<br />Here is an example: <code><time itemprop="openingHours" datetime="Tu,Th 16:00-20:00">Tuesdays and Thursdays 4-8pm</time></code>A parents of the person.The season to which this episode belongs.The TV series to which this episode or season belongs.Event that this person is a performer or participant in.The main performer or performers of the event—for example, a presenter, musician, or actor.Photographs of this place.The length of time it takes to prepare the recipe, in <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_8601" target="new">ISO 8601 duration format</a>.The offer price of the product.Indicates the main image on the pageThe producer of the movie, TV series, season, or episode, or video.The production company or studio that made the movie, TV series, season, or episode, or video.The number of grams of protein.The publisher of the creative work.The regions where the media is allowed. If not specified, then it's assumed to be allowed everywhere. Specify the countries in <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_3166" target="new">ISO 3166 format</a>.The most generic familial relation.Indicates whether this image is representative of the content of the page.Indicates if use of the media require a subscription (either paid or free). Allowed values are <code>yes</code> or <code>no</code>.The rating given in this review. Note that reviews can themselves be rated. The <code>reviewRating</code> applies to rating given by the review. The <code>rating</code> property applies to the review itself, as a creative work.Review of the item.The number of grams of saturated fat.The season number.The seasons of the TV series.The seller of the product.A sibling of the person.The most significant URLs on the page. Typically, these are the non-navigation links that are clicked on the mostThe number of milligrams of sodium.The person's spouse.Events that are a part of this event. For example, a conference event includes many presentations, each are subEvents of the conference.The number of grams of sugar.An event that this event is a part of. For example, a collection of individual music performances might each have a music festival as their superEvent.Thumbnail image for an image or video.The total time it takes to prepare and cook the recipe, in <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_8601" target="new">ISO 8601 duration format</a>.A music recording (track)—usually a single song.The trailer of the movie or TV series, season, or episode.The number of grams of trans fat.The number of grams of unsaturated fat.An embeded video object or URL associated with the content.The width of the media object.A contact location for a person's place of work.Organizations that the person works for.The lowest value allowed in this rating system. If worstRating is omitted, 1 is assumed.Either <code>Yes/No</code>, or a URL at which reservations can be made.The locality. For example, Mountain View.The region. For example, CA.The actual body of the article.Articles may belong to one or more 'sections' in a magazine or newspaper, such as Sports, Lifestyle, etc.Awards won by this person or for this creative work.Date of birth.The bitrate of the media object.The edition of the book.A set of links that can help a user understand and navigate a website hierarchy.The caption for this object.A person or organization can have different contact points, for different purposes. For example, a sales contact point, a PR contact point and so on. This property is used to specify the kind of contact point.Official rating of a piece of content—for example,'MPAA PG-13'.File size in (mega/kilo) bytes.Actual bytes of the media object, for example the image file or video file.The method of cooking, such as Frying, Steaming, ...The currency accepted (in <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_4217" target="new">ISO 4217 currency format</a>).Date of first broadcast/publication.Date of death.A short description of the item.Email address.A URL pointing to a player for a specific video. In general, this is the information in the <code>src</code> element of an <code>embed</code> tag and should not be the same as the content of the <code>loc</code> tag.mp3, mpeg4, etc.The end date and time of the event (in <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_8601" target="new">ISO 8601 date format</a>).The final broadcast date of the TV season or series.The episode number.exif data for this object.Date the content expires and is no longer useful or available. Useful for videos.The fax number.The date that this organization was founded.Gender of the person.Genre of the creative workHeadline of the articleThe language of the content. please use one of the language codes from the <a href=http://tools.ietf.org/html/bcp47>IETF BCP 47 standard.</a>An ingredient used in the recipe.A count of a specific user interactions with this item—for example, <code>20 UserLikes</code>, <code>5 UserComments</code>, or <code>300 UserDownloads</code>. The user interaction type should be one of the sub types of <a href=UserInteraction>UserInteraction</a>.The ISBN of the book.A single list item.The job title of the person (for example, Financial Manager).The keywords/tags used to describe this content.A URL to a map of the place.Either the actual menu or a URL of the menu.The model of the product.The name of the item.The number of episodes in this season or series.Cash, credit card, etc.Player type required—for example, Flash or Silverlight.The post offce box number for PO box addresses.The postal code. For example, 94043.The currency (in 3-letter <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_4217">ISO 4217 format</a>) of the offer price.The price range of the business, for example <code>$$$</code>.The date after which the price is no longer available.The product identifier, such as ISBN. For example: <code><meta itemprop='productID' content='isbn:123-456-789'/></code>.The count of total number of ratings.The rating for the content.The category of the recipe—for example, appetizer, entree, etc.The cuisine of the recipe (for example, French or Ethopian).The steps to make the dish.The quantity produced by the recipe (for example, number of people served, number of servings, etc).The actual body of the reviewThe count of total number of reviews.The cuisine of the restaurant.The serving size, in terms of the number of volume or massThe first broadcast date of the TV season or series.The start date and time of the event (in <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_8601" target="new">ISO 8601 date format</a>).The street address. For example, 1600 Amphitheatre Pkwy.The telephone number.Date when this media object was uploaded to this site.URL of the item.The frame size of the video.The quality of the video.Web page type: About page.Accountancy business.A geographical region under the jurisdiction of a particular government.An adult entertainment establishment.When a single product that has different offers (for example, the same pair of shoes is offered by different merchants), then AggregateOffer can be used.The average rating based on multiple ratings or reviews.An airport.An amusement park.Animal shelter.Residence type: Apartment complex.Aquarium.An art gallery.An article, such as a news article or piece of investigative report. Newspapers and magazines have articles of many different types and this is intended to cover them all.Professional service: Attorney.An audio file.Auto body shop.An car dealership.An auto parts store.A car rental business.Car repair business.A car wash business.ATM/cash machine.Car repair, sales, or parts.A bakery.Bank or credit union.A bar or pub.Beach.Beauty salon.Bed and breakfast.A bike store.A blogA blog post.A body of water, such as a sea, ocean, or lake.A book.The publication format of the book.A bookstore.Boolean: True or False.A bowling alley.Brewery.A Buddhist temple.A bus station.A bus stop.Event type: Business event.A cafe or coffee shop.A campground.A canal, like the Panama CanalA casino.A Catholic church.A graveyard.Web page type: Checkout page.A Childcare center.Event type: Children's event.A church.A city or town.A city hall.A public structure, such as a town hall or concert hall.A clothing store.Web page type: Collection page.A college, university, or other third-level educational institution.A comedy club.Event type: Comedy event.A computer store.Web page type: Contact page.A contact point—for example, a Customer Complaints department.One of the continents (for example, Europe or Africa).A convenience store.Organization: A business corporation.A country.A courthouse.The most generic kind of creative work, including books, movies, photographs, software programs, etc.A crematorium.Event type: A social dance.A dance group—for example, the Alvin Ailey Dance Theater or Riverdance.The basic data types such as Integers, Strings, etc.A date value in <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_8601" target="new">ISO 8601 date format</a>.A day spa.A defence establishment, such as an army or navy base.A dentist.A department store.Properties that take Distances as values are of the form '<Number> <Length unit of measure>'. E.g., '7 ft'A dry-cleaning business.Quantity: Duration (use <a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ISO_8601" target="new">ISO 8601 duration format</a>).Event type: Education event.An educational organization.An electrician.An electronics store.An elementary school.An embassy.An emergency service, such as a fire station or ER.An employment agency.Properties that take Enerygy as values are of the form '<Number> <Energy unit of measure>'A business providing entertainment.Lists or enumerations—for example, a list of cuisines or music genres, etc.An event happening at a certain time at a certain location.An event venue.A gym.A fast-food restaurant.Event type: Festival.Financial services business.A fire station. With firemen.Data type: Floating number.A florist.A food-related business.Event type: Food event.A furniture store.A garden store.A gas station.Residence type: Gated community.A general contractor.The geographic coordinates of a place or event.A golf course.A government building.A government office—for example, an IRS or DMV office.A governmental organization or agency.A grocery store.An HVAC service.A hair salon.A hardware store.Health and beauty.A health club.A high school.A Hindu temple.A hobby store.A construction business.A home goods store.A hospital.A hostel.A hotel.A house painting service.An ice cream shopWeb page type: Image gallery page.An image file.Insurance agency.A utility class that serves as the umbrella for a number of 'intangible' things such as quantities, structured values, etc.Data type: Integer.An internet cafe.A list of possible product availablity options.A list of items of any sort—for example, Top 10 Movies About Weathermen, or Top 100 Party Songs. Not to be confused with HTML lists, which are often used only for formatting.A page devoted to a single item, such as a particular product or hotel.A jewelry store.A lake (for example, Lake Pontrachain).A landform or physical feature. Landform elements include mountains, plains, lakes, rivers, seascape and oceanic waterbody interface features such as bays, peninsulas, seas and so forth, including sub-aqueous terrain features such as submersed mountain ranges, volcanoes, and the great ocean basins.An historical landmark or building.Natural languages such as Spanish, Tamil, Hindi, English, etc. and programming languages such as Scheme and Lisp.A legislative building—for example, the state capitol.A library.A liquor store.Event type: Literary event.A particular physical business or branch of an organization. Examples of LocalBusiness include a restaurant, a particular branch of a restaurant chain, a branch of a bank, a medical practice, a club, a bowling alley, etc.A locksmith.A lodging business, such as a motel, hotel, or inn.A map.Properties that take Mass as values are of the form '<Number> <Mass unit of measure>'. E.g., '7 kg'An image, video, or audio object embedded in a web page. Note that a creative work may have many media objects associated with it on the same web page. For example, a page about a single song (MusicRecording) may have a music video (VideoObject), and a high and low bandwidth audio stream (2 AudioObject's).A medical clinic.A medical organization, such as a doctor's office or clinic.A men's clothing store.A middle school.A mobile-phone store.A mosque.A motel.A motorcycle dealer.A motorcycle repair shop.A mountain, like Mount Whitney or Mount EverestA movie.A movie rental store.A movie theater.A moving company.A museum.A collection of music tracks.Event type: Music event.A musical group, such as a band, an orchestra, or a choir. Can also be a solo musician.A collection of music tracks in playlist form.A music recording (track), usually a single song.A music store.A music venue.A music video file.Organization: Non-governmental Organization.A nail salon.A news articleA nightclub or discotheque.A notary.Data type: Number.Nutritional information about the recipe.An ocean (for example, the Pacific).An offer to sell an item—for example, an offer to sell a product, the DVD of a movie, or tickets to an event.A list of possible conditions for the item for sale.An office equipment store.An optician's store.An organization such as a school, NGO, corporation, club, etc.An outlet store.A painting.A park.A parking lot or other parking facility.A pawnstore.A theatre or other performing art center.A performance group, such as a band, an orchestra, or a circus.A person (alive, dead, undead, or fictional).A pet store.A pharmacy or drugstore.A photograph.A doctor's office.Entities that have a somewhat fixed, physical extension.Place of worship, such as a church, synagogue, or mosque.A playground.A plumbing service.A police station.A pondA post office.The mailing address.A preschool.A product is anything that is made available for sale—for example, a pair of shoes, a concert ticket, or a car.Provider of professional services.Web page type: Profile page.A public swimming pool.Quantities such as distance, time, mass, weight, etc. Particular instances of say Mass are entities like '3 Kg' or '4 milligrams'.An RV park.A radio station.The rating of the video.A real-estate agent.A recipe.A recycling center.A reservoir, like the Lake Kariba reservoir.The place where a person lives.A restaurant.A review of an item - for example, a restaurant, movie, or store.A river (for example, the broad majestic Shannon).A roofing contractor.Event type: Sales event.A scholarly article.A school.A piece of sculpture.A sea (for example, the Caspian sea).Web page type: Search results page.Self-storage facility.A shoe store.A shopping center or mall.Residence type: Single-family home.A navigation element of the page.A ski resort.Event type: Social event.A sporting goods store.A sports location, such as a playing field.A sports club.Event type: Sports event.Organization: Sports team.A stadium.A state or province.A retail good store.Structured values are strings—for example, addresses—that have certain constraints on their structure.A subway station.A synagogue.An episode of a TV series or season.A TV season.A television series.A table on the page.A tattoo parlor.A taxi stand.A television station.A tennis complex.Data type: Text.Event type: Theater performance.A theater group or company—for example, the Royal Shakespeare Company or Druid Theatre.The most generic type of item. A tire shop.A tourist attraction.A tourist information center.A toystore.A train station.A travel agency.Data type: URL.User interaction: Block this content.User interaction: Check-in at a place.User interaction: A comment about an item.User interaction: Download of an item."A user interacting with a pageUser interaction: Like an item.User interaction: Visit to a web page.User interaction: Play count of an item, for example a video or a song.User interaction: +1.User interaction: Tweets.A vet's office.Web page type: Video gallery page.A video file.Event type: Visual arts event.A volcano, like Fuji sanAn advertising section of the page.The footer section of the page.The header section of the page.A sidebar section of the page.A waterfall, like NiagaraA web page. Every web page is implicitly assumed to be declared to be of type WebPage, so the various properties about that webpage, such as <code>breadcrumb</code> may be used. We recommend explicit declaration if these properties are specified, but if they are found outside of an itemscope, they will be assumed to be about the pageA web page element, like a table or an imageA winery.A zoo.Indicates that the item for sale is damaged.Indicates that the item for sale has been discontinued.Book format: Ebook.The boolean value falseBook format: Hardcover.Indicates that the item for sale is in stock.Indicates that the item for sale is available only in brick-and-mortar stores.Indicates that the item for sale is new.Indicates that the item for sale is available only online.Indicates that the item for sale is out of stock.Book format: Paperback.Indicates that the item for sale is available for pre-order.Indicates that the item for sale is refurbished.The boolean value trueIndicates that the item for sale is used.