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Thread: Google's Schema Markup for webpages - Absolute vs Relative Urls

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    Google's Schema Markup for webpages - Absolute vs Relative Urls

    Is there any difference if I insert absolute or relative links in the url while marking up schema. In the following code can i directly reference the image source as logo.png instead of http : // logo. png.

    <div itemscope itemtype="http : // / Organization ">
       <a itemprop="url" href="http : // example. com ">Home</a>
       <img itemprop="logo" src=" http : // example. com/ logo.png" />


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    I'm a proponent of absolute URLs everywhere. Avoids guesswork that way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGAME1264 View Post
    I'm a proponent of absolute URLs everywhere. Avoids guesswork that way.
    I gave that a like, because i do the same, absolute eliminates guesswork.

    One caveat, though - it does make it easier for people to hotlink images etc. if they can get the whole link right out of the source, instead of having to figure out several levels of folders, etc.
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