This schema is a subset of the HTML5 specification. Its purpose is to provide a well documented content format so that various digital publishing channels can more efficiently collaborate on and share that content.

This schema is used to validate content that is to be shared and published through digital channels. It contains a sub-schema, LDS Meta (see below), that is used to store values specific to the LDS Church.


Namespace:
http://www.lds.org/schema/lds/html5
Resources:
Schema owner:
Kurt Blackburn

This schema validates the metadata needed for digital publishing and is included in the HTML5 schema.


Namespace:
http://www.lds.org/schema/lds/lds-meta
Resources:
Schema owner:
Kurt Blackburn

This schema is used to validate and store annotations created on LDS.org and LDS Mobile, as well as other applications.


Namespace:
http://www.lds.org/schema/annotation
Resources:
Schema owner:
Craig Tebbs

This schema is used to validate and store folders created on LDS.org.


Namespace:
http://lds.org/schema/folder
Resources:
Schema owner:
Craig Tebbs

This schema is used to validate and store a generic form of all content published to the web that needs to be searched or annotated.


Namespace:
http://lds.org/schema/ldswebml
Resources:
Schema owner:
Kurt Blackburn

This schema is used to validate and store books.


Namespace:
http://lds.org/schema/ldsxml/v4/book
Resources:
Schema owner:
Russell Cummings

This schema is used to validate and store letters.


Namespace:
http://lds.org/schema/ldsxml/v4/letter
Resources:
Schema owner:
Russell Cummings

This schema is used to validate and store magazines.


Namespace:
http://lds.org/schema/ldsxml/v4/magazine
Resources:
Schema owner:
Russell Cummings

This schema is used to validate and store scriptures, study helps and other content related to LDS Church scriptures.


Namespace:
http://lds.org/schema/ldsxml/v4/scripture
Resources:
Schema owner:
Russell Cummings