Among the options, the JS library can be setup to filter combinations of:
1. Schema Class List (defaults to All)
2. Schema Syntax RDFa, Microdata or JSON-LD (defaults to microdata)
If you have ideas for improvements we can use the GitHub repository features to make suggestions. Below we’ve included some of the read.me file to give you an idea on how it works and options.
To the use the script import it using a script tag. We recommend using the CDN version of the script where possible.
Modes of removal
Schema Filter supports the removal of JSON-LD, Microdata, and RDFa. This is done by calling the specific functions or through specifying them by name. Multiple calls to the function can be used to remove more than one format. Each command must be within a <script>…</script>.
Specifying specific Types
Specifying particular schema classes is done through passing an array to the remove function. If all classes are to be removed then the array may be left empty (
), or passed in as
// This will remove all Event and Organization types on Microdata <script>SchemaFilter.remove(['Event', 'Organization']);</script> // This will remove LocalBusiness, Organization, and WebSite classes in a JSON-LD format. <script>SchemaFilter.remove(['LocalBusiness', 'Organization', 'WebSite'], 'json-ld');</script> // Remove all classes of rdfa (notice the empty array). <script>SchemaFilter.remove(,'rdfa');</script> // Remove all Organizations of RDFa <script>SchemaFilter.remove(['Organization'], 'rdfa');</script> // Remove all classes of JSON-LD (notice we can also use null for the array). <script>SchemaFilter.remove(null,'json-ld');</script>
Running the script on your page
If you want to alter the event in which the code is loaded you can specify the string event value into the
onLoad property of the SchemaFilter.
<script> SchemaFilter.onLoad = 'SomeEventHere'; // the default value SchemaFilter.remove(); </script>