<>, for instance:
https://treeldr.org/to be the base IRI of the document, then the following syntax is equivalent to the previous above:
examplehere is equivalent to
<example>which is itself equivalent to
<https://treeldr.org/example>considering the current base IRI.
prefix:suffixsyntax can be used. The final IRI is obtained by concatenating
suffix(which is different from relative IRI resolution). For instance, let's consider the following
tldr:examplesyntax is equivalent to
<https://treeldr.org/example>. It is not possible to use compact IRIs between
Rangeis a type expression defining the range of the property. It is required unless its range has already been defined elsewhere. For instance:
propertydefinition, however in this case the range of the property needs to be defined inside the type.
forclause specifying for which type this layout is defined. This clause is optional if you want to define an orphan layout, without any semantics attached.