Microformats *do* seek to change behaviour (was: XFN usage stats and Re: [uf-discuss] rel="muse" implies romantic relationship?)

Siegfried Gipp siegfried at rorkvell.de
Wed Dec 13 01:37:26 PST 2006

Am Mittwoch, 13. Dezember 2006 10:11 schrieb Ciaran McNulty:
> On 12/11/06, Tim White <tjameswhite at yahoo.com> wrote:
> > To address the poster's concerns, <address> is a block-level element, not
> > inline,
> This would seem to contradict that?
> http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/struct/global.html#h-7.5.6
> I've stayed away from using <address> on some of my pages precisely
> because of this, so I'd be delighted to find I'd read it wrong!
> -Ciaran McNulty

<address> is an element designed to contain contact information. So if you 
want to include contact information use <address>. That is indepenent of 
using hCard or not. <address> is a html element, specified by the w3c, hCard 
is an attribute vocabulary, designed by microformats. You can pretty well use 
both together. In fact, microformats is designed in that way: To be used 
together with html.


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