[uf-discuss] XOXO question
Dr. Ernie Prabhakar
drernie at opendarwin.org
Wed Oct 26 10:58:37 PDT 2005
My understanding is that you can *use* whatever elements you want
inside XOXO, but none of those elements would have *meaning* to
XOXO. That is, XOXO parsers would simply skip over them.
That is the magic of microformats: do whatever you want, we'll
ignore stuff we don't understand.
-- Ernie P.
On Oct 26, 2005, at 9:51 AM, Robert Sayre wrote:
> The XOXO spec and FAQ imply that the many inline text elements are not
> part of XOXO. From the FAQ:
> Q: MarkP uses <p> in some of his examples. Is that allowed? If yes,
> shouldn't <p> then be
> added to the description of XOXO's "document type" (see above)?
> A: Yes, additional elements and/or attributes are allowed per XHTML
> Modularization, and no,
> all such possible additions (e.g. <p>) don't need to be added to the
> XOXO document type
> But, for example, the list item element allows (PCDATA | Flow)*, so
> <p> is allowed already, right?
> Robert Sayre
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