[uf-discuss] Implied hCard (was: Is class="vcard fn" illegal?)

Scott Reynen scott at randomchaos.com
Thu Nov 30 11:55:44 PST 2006

On Nov 30, 2006, at 1:24 PM, Ryan King wrote:

> On Nov 27, 2006, at 6:55 AM, Ryan Cannon wrote:
>> It would seem that the rule still applies: “ryan at example.com>> would be both the FN and Nickname fields. Perhaps parsing could  
>> key on the protocol: mailto would imply an
>> EMAIL;TYPE=Internet
>> and http(s) would imply a URL. Any other protocols would not imply  
>> anything.
>> Should I add this to the wiki?
> Why do you say that the @href would be the FN? AFAIK, the the spec  
> doesn't state this and no implementation does this.

It's hard to tell what people are responding to when they top-post  
replies, but I believe what Ryan Cannon wrote above was in response  
to this:

>> what about:
>>         <a href="mailto:ryan at example.com" class="vcard">
>>         ryan at example.com
>>         <\a>

Here ryan at example.com is both the @href and the node value (assuming < 
\a> was intended to be </a>).


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