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

Ciaran McNulty mail at ciaranmcnulty.com
Wed Dec 13 02:06:21 PST 2006

On 12/13/06, Siegfried Gipp <siegfried at rorkvell.de> wrote:
> <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.

I'm referring to it's inline-ness.


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