[uf-discuss] Microformats in Form Fields
Stephen Paul Weber
singpolyma at gmail.com
Thu Sep 28 05:33:09 PDT 2006
What about using the same markup as the appropriate uF, but a
different root class name (such as 'form')?
On 9/28/06, Ben Ward <lists at ben-ward.co.uk> wrote:
> Frances Berriman wrote:
> > Did
> > you see Drews demo of that with openID? It didn't require the forms
> > to use the microformat class names or anything.
> Yeah, I've seen Drew's excellent auto-fill demo and had a couple of
> conversations with him about combining that with OpenID. This isn't
> so much about providing my own custom µf autofill as part of the web
> app (yet ;-) ), which would of course understand my bespoke form
> arrangement. It's more about putting the classnames in place that a
> separate tool, browser or bookmarklet could provide a more accurate/
> powerful autofill than the guesswork based autofills we have at the
> On 28 Sep 2006, at 12:53, Ciaran McNulty wrote:
> > The problem is that under most uF parsing rules, <input> elements'
> > @value will not be used to determine their content. However, a
> > <textarea> would be parsable as you'd expect.
> That could be resolved by adding a new design pattern for input
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