You want to present your Linked Data in the most fashionable way! So we provide a lot of different appearances. Please pick the appearance you like most from the table below!

The second column states for what kind of SPARQL query you can use the appearance: SELECT and/or CONSTRUCT.

Appearance S/C Description
TableAppearance S+C A paginated and searchable table
ShortTableAppearance S+C A table, without pages (use this if you only have a small number of results)
ContentAppearance C A two column table per resource, first column = property, second column = value.
HeaderAppearance C The first part of a page, like an image or some header text
NavbarAppearance C A menu, without a search input field
NavbarSearchAppearance C A menu, with a search input field
HiddenAppearance S+C An appearance that is not visible in a HTML webpage (use this if you want to create a glossary or some list of values)
CarouselAppearance C Like a content appearance, multiple resources are presented withing a Carousel
IndexAppearance S+C A row of tab names or links to different pages (you could use this to create links to specific formats, like ttl, json, xml)
TreeAppearance C A tree. Every item in the tree represents a resource, links between resources are used to create the tree
HtmlAppearance C Shows the html content ad lib
GraphAppearance C A graphical presentation of the data: a rectangles for resources, and an arrow between resources for every triple
TextAppearance C A textual presentation of the data, using xhtml and dublin core vocabularies
VocabularyAppearance C The presentation of an owl:Ontology, using rdf, rdfs, owl and shacl vocabularies
FormAppearance -  
GeoAppearance C A geographical presentation of the data, using geometry vocabulary
GeoSelectAppearance C A geographical presentation of the data, with the option to select some point on the map
ImageAppearance C A presentation of the data, with some image in the background, with the option to move items and store the position of these items
ChartAppearance S A chart presentation of the data
LoginAppearance - The login page