I was looking at Google Webmasters Tools and found the Data Highlighter in the Optimization link. I was wondering if anyone has used this and exactly how it might be used in a hub? Or should it not be used?
I am not familiar with Google Webmaster Tools and do not really know what a Data Highlighter is...but if it's from Google for Optimization, you should feel comfortable in trusting it and secure in using it.
When I was reading on the data highlighter, it kind of sounded like a "mark-up" is added similar to what HP does to a recipe hub when certain capsules are added.
I hope someone from HP would look at this. Would not want to use a Google tool that might not be acceptable with HP.
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