[uf-discuss] hCard-o-matic toplevel div not address?
jan.ptacek at gmail.com
Mon Oct 16 02:53:09 PDT 2006
as usually, w3c is giving as a really wonderfull spec:
<q>The ADDRESS element MAY be used by authors to supply contact
information for a document or a major part of a document such as a
form. This element often appears at the beginning or end of a
or did I read a wrong w3c spec? is it defined somewhere more precisely?
On 10/16/06, Steve Robillard <s.robillard at snet.net> wrote:
> If I understand it correctly it comes down to the definition of the address
> tag. It is designed to markup information related to the author of a
> particular page (if this is true then you can use the address tag).
> I am sure if this is incorrect someone will correct me.
> hi, can someone pleas explain me why hCard creator uses a <div> as a
> toplevel element and not an <address> element?
> best regards
> jan ptacek
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