[uf-discuss] Chris Messina's hcard

brian suda brian.suda at gmail.com
Thu Apr 20 14:03:08 PDT 2006

Correct, except that it is not class="middle-name" it is
'additional-name', also remember that it is NOT a plural, you can have
multiple 'additional-name's and 'honorific-prefix's and
'honorific-suffix's [1]

This is a common mistake for ADR as well, it is not CITY/STATE/ZIP it is
'locality' ' region' 'postal-code'


[1] - http://microformats.org/wiki/hcard#Property_List

Atamido wrote:
> Tantek Çelik wrote:
>> Thus in Chris Messina's original example:
>> <a class="url fn" rel="me" href="http://factoryjoe.com/blog">
>>  <span class="given-name">Chris</span>
>>  <span class="family-name">Messina</span></a>
>> There is no "N" markup, so the given-name and family-name are ignored.
>> Instead, the N (and given-name, and family-name) are all implied from
>> the
>> two word FN.
> So, would it be best to do:
> <a class="url fn n" rel="me" href="http://factoryjoe.com/blog">
>  <span class="given-name">Chris</span>
>  <span class="middle-name">Doe</span>
>  <span class="family-name">Messina</span>
> </a>
> This would avoid the case that if there were three names specified
> that 'n' would not be implied by 'fn'?
> Atamido
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