[uf-discuss] xFolk use question - Using "taggedlink" inside "description" element

Ryan King ryan at technorati.com
Wed Nov 1 11:18:03 PST 2006

On Oct 31, 2006, at 1:42 PM, Jeremy Boggs wrote:

> A question about xFolk:[1] Is it invalid to include the TAGGEDLINK  
> inside the DESCRIPTION, and as a value of the same class attribute  
> as used for the XFOLKENTRY?
> My example code:
> <div class="xfolkentry description">
> <p>Joi Ito asks, <a href="http://joi.ito.com/archives/2006/10/22/ 
> is_youtube_web_20.html">Is YouTube "Web 2.0"</a> as a follow-up to  
> a post by Lawrence Lessig, <a href="http://lessig.org/blog/archives/ 
> 003570.shtml" class="taggedlink">"The Ethics of Web 2.0."</a>  
> Lessig specifically differentiates between "true sharing" and "fake  
> sharing." For Lessig, YouTube is a "fake sharing" site because it  
> does not allow users to download content; all traffic is directed  
> back to YouTube, thus YouTube, not the users, essentially controls  
> the content.</p>
> </div>

You can put the taggedLink inside the description, but you can't put  
the description class name on the same element as the 'xfolkentry'[1].


1. http://microformats.org/wiki/hcard-faq#nesting-properties (though  
that page is for hcard, it applies to everything)

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