[uf-discuss] Geo deployed on Wikipedia.
andy at pigsonthewing.org.uk
Fri Apr 6 16:21:44 PDT 2007
<21e523c20704060848h7d0d1f79gc9a6855c27e0f520 at mail.gmail.com>, David
Janes <davidjanes at blogmatrix.com> writes
>On 4/6/07, Andy Mabbett <andy at pigsonthewing.org.uk> wrote:
>> The first large-scale deployment of the new version of that template is
>> and the linked lists of craters-by-continent.
>Interesting. if there was a way of know what the geo applied to, it
>would be quite easy to write a KML converter and feed that into Google
Unfortunately, the wiki markup for a table doesn't (so far as I'm
aware!) allow a class to be applied to an anchor element, so I can get:
<TD class="fn org">
<A title="Sudbury Basin"
but not :
<A class="fn org" title="Sudbury Basin"
Hence my comment the other day, about adding uFs to Wikipedia being more
complex than at first appears...
That's now in use on, only:
Interestingly, Operator recognises the second as a valid hCard. I think
that's against the spec, but useful in limited circumstances (see my
recent, parallel, suggestion about recognising "alt" attributes on
The "Almost Universal Microformat Parser" returns 403 forbidden :-(
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