What is the schema vocabulary for industry dealing in online resume and cover letter builder?

I’d like to know if a company dealing in online resume and cover letter service, and have pages like resume templates etc then which schema type is best suitable for the page.

The following pages are:

  • Resume Templates
  • Resume Samples
  • Cover Letter Examples
  • Online resume builder

I would appreciate if anyone have experience in working with career industry and can answer this with an example of schema code.

Vocabulary – How to name a potential visitor viewing your link in a SERP?

When someone performs a search on a search engine and is presented a result page, he is a click away of becoming a visitor of one of the listed links. If you own site appears in the list, you could consider this person as a “potential visitor”.

However, “potential visitor” sounds a bit unclear. For example, this term could be used to designate someone who might be interested in the site at a later time, but this is not what we mean here. Is there a more specific term to name this person?

How can I print the vocabulary name instead of the referenced term in a node template?

Let’s say I have a content type article with a field “taxonomy”.

The vocabulary is “fruits”.

The terms are “apple”, “orange”, “bananas”

The article belongs to “orange”.

I can easily print in my twig template the term of the article :

{{ content.field_taxo_fruit }} 

Result is “orange”.

But I don’t find an easy way to print the vocabulary : “fruits”.

On an other project, I used views field and I used “rewrite result”. But here, I use twig template like node--article--teaser.html.twig

Create a template file just for the first level of taxonomy terms of a vocabulary

I need to create a template file just for the parents of taxonomy terms.

First of all I don’t know if the same as drupal 7 in 8 I should write this code in template.php file or not.

In the second place, I don’t know what does loadParents($ tid) return if the term does not have any parent.

In the third place, I don’t know if I must create page_taxonomy_term_cat.html.twig to use.

function THEMENAME_theme_suggestions_page_alter(array &$  suggestions, array $  variables) {    $  tid = \Drupal::routeMatch()->getRawParameter('taxonomy_term');    $  parent = \Drupal::entityManager()->getStorage('taxonomy_term')->loadAllParents($  tid);    if (is_null($  parent)) {       $  suggestions[] = 'page_taxonomy_term_cat';    } } 

plese help me with these three questions

8 – Set value on a new term based on a vocabulary custom field

I want to set the value of a field of a term based on a custom field set on the vocabulary. Basically if the vocabulary promote_to_index field is checked I want to the field_index_page of the term checked.

I understand I have to write a hook like but I don’t understand how to get the value of the vocabulary custom field

function polaris_drupal_taxonomy_form_alter(&$  form, FormStateInterface &$  form_state, $  form_id) {    switch ($  form_id) {      case 'taxonomy_term_category_form':     case 'taxonomy_term_article_type_form':     case 'taxonomy_term_main_purpose_form':     case 'taxonomy_term_tags_form':     case 'taxonomy_term_content_partnership_form':     case 'taxonomy_term_traffic_source_form':     case 'taxonomy_term_client_form':       $  form['field_index_page']['widget']['value']['#default_value'] = true;   } } 

DDD – Translating Ubiquitous Language Vocabulary Across Bounded Contexts

One of the guidelines around building ubiquitous languages is that there should be one per bounded context.

In a domain that has more than one bounded context, and therefore more than one ubiquitous language, how should you deal with vocabulary that is different in each context, but related to each other with respect to the entire domain?

For example, objects in our domain contain a property that dictates the object’s identity, but constraints within each bounded context restrict ubiquity in both implementations, and these could not easily be circumvented…

// Implemented in one bounded context object Customer {   id: guid }  // Implemented in another bounded context object Customer implements Identity {     identity: Identifier } 

Note that id and identity in each bounded context refer to the same thing, but their names and data types differ.

How do I achieve ubiquity across these implementations when referring to this from the perspective of the domain as a whole, and is there a suitable method for translating between the two?

How do I import product category based on taxonomy vocabulary?

I have a products catalog based on taxonomy vocabulary, as advised the term reference field is on the product content type.

Products imports are working fine, but when I try to import product displays the mapping for term reference (Category vocabulary)does not appear in the target list.

I’m using Feeds 7.x-2.0-alpha8, Commerce Feeds 7.x-1.3, Commerce Kickstart 7.x-1.19 and Drupal Core 7.22

Thanks in advance

Drupal 7 Commerce KickStart – Add A Field in Product Variation that lets user Choose From A List of Terms in A Specific Vocabulary

I want to add a field in product variation that lets user choose from a list of terms in a specific vocabulary. For example, I have a vocabulary of “Pizza Recipes”. The terms in the vocabulary will be an option in a select drop down of my content. How will I do that?


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The terms in the vocabulary must appear as options in a select drop down. I don’t know what field type should I use. Is it a term reference or entity reference or what? I tried both but it doesn’t give me what I desire.

Expected number of times of choosing a word out of a given vocabulary when words are grouped into overlapping bins

Two players (player C and player G) are playing a (modified) word guessing game. Both players share the same vocabulary $ V$ and words in $ V$ are grouped into $ K$ bins, denoted as $ b_1$ , $ b_2$ , …, $ b_{K}$ . Furthermore, we know that $ b_{i} \subset V$ , $ \cup_{i=1}^{K} b_i = V$ . Note that those bins may be overlapping and thus there may exist some case where $ b_i \cap b_j \neq \emptyset$ for $ i \neq j$ .

The interaction protocol is described as follows:

  1. Player C uniformly chooses a word $ w$ from the vocabulary $ V$ . Player G does not know which word $ w$ is.

  2. Player G chooses one bin and asks Player C whether his/her chosen word $ w$ is in the bin. If it is, the game ends. Otherwise, Player G will choose another bin.

Questions: What is the best bin choosing order and what is the expected number of times of choosing the bin, according to the best possible order?


Suppose we have a vocabulary consisting of ten words $ V = \{w_1, w_2, …, w_{10} \}$ and three bins $ b_1 = \{w_1, w_2, …, w_5\}$ , $ b_2 = \{w_6, w_7 \}$ , and $ b_3 = \{w_8, w_9, w_{10} \}$ .

One possible bin choosing order is $ b_1 \rightarrow b_3 \rightarrow b_2$ and the expected number of times of choosing the bin is $ \frac{1}{2}*1 + \frac{1}{2}*\frac{3}{5}*2 + \frac{1}{2}*\frac{2}{5}*\frac{2}{2}*3 = 1.7$ . I suspect this is the best bin choosing order but how can we prove this result?


In this problem, we do NOT have the additional knowledge that all bins are non-overlapping, compared to a related problem.