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Tue Nov 7 09:03:53 PST 2006
On 11/1/06, Siegfried Gipp <siegfried at rorkvell.de> wrote:
> Well, at least i know many examples saying exactly that, but without using
> rel="vote-for". There are many pages out there trying to make the visitors
> vote for them.
rev="vote-for" means "The current page is a vote for this URL". By
definition that makes rel="vote-for" mean "This url is a vote for the
current page". It could be used, for instance, to link to people who
are adding their names to a petition?
I don't think it can be taken to mean 'This is a place where you can
vote for the current page', which seems to be your intent.
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