Microformats *do* seek to change behaviour (was: XFN usage stats
and Re: [uf-discuss] rel="muse" implies romantic relationship?)
tjameswhite at yahoo.com
Wed Dec 13 03:17:14 PST 2006
>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?
>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!
I believe that the (%inline) refers to what <address> can contain -- inline elements. See same structure for headings:
I'm not the greatest at reading those specs, so if someone else can confirm that, I'd appreciate it.
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