To present an event, after fundamental description, it is often necessary to define several media files that represent the event. An event's media files are represented in ESS through three
Define event images URLs.
Define event sounds URLs.
Defined event videos URLs.
Defined event website URLs.
ESS documents are composed by various main XML elements. ESS processors must consider each and every element's descriprion as valid and applicable to each and every other XML element within the same ESS document. If it is not the case, it belong to an other
This section describe the representation of the event with media files.
|type||The "type" attribute can take four values: "image", "sound", "video" or "website" to represent each type of media file that can represent the event. ESS Processors should consider that "image" is the default attribute if it is not specified.||String||TRUE|
The "priority" attribute refer to the order and the preference to applied to each
- childs elements
|Language-sensitive media file name. Should not be longer then 64 chars||String||TRUE|
|Define media file URL in URI taxonomy. The file format, according to
ESS media sample
DTD description http://essfeed.org/history/0.9
xmlns="http://essfeed.org/history/0.9" version="0.9" lang="en">... >
- type="image" priority="1">
>Main event image> >http://example.org/media/images/main_image.jpg> >
- type="sound" priority="2">
>Radio spot> >http://example.org/media/sounds/radio_spot.mp3> >
- type="video" priority="3">
>Youtube video> >http://youtube.com/?v=xxxxxxxxxxxx> >
- type="website" priority="4">
>Website URL> >http://example.com/event/blog?num=123> > > ... >
ESS standard under RFC validation process: RFC ESS Draft
- RFC 2396 : Uniform Resource Identifiers (URI)
- RFC 3076 : Canonical XML Version 1.0
- RFC 3987 : Internationalized Resource Identifiers