[uf-discuss] CSS archive
fberriman at gmail.com
Fri Dec 14 02:43:13 PST 2007
On 14/12/2007, Joshua Gay <joshuagay at gmail.com> wrote:
> First time here. Hope this is on-topic! Sorry if it is not :-)
> ##Short version
> I was thinking that it would be nice to have a page on the Wiki that
> collects CSS templates for creating and displaying microformats.
Well, just to throw an alternative view on this - I might be concerned
that supplying CSS templates for microformats might lead people to
believe that microformats *must* be written in a very specific
I think you could do this, but with the clear explanation that the
mark-up that goes with the CSS (since you'd have to make certain
assumptions*) is simply a suggested way of marking up that piece of
information. Pitching it more in a way of "these are some ready to go
snippets and styles to get you started".
Does that make sense?
(* ... to make anything particularly pretty for a more complex
example like hReview - I guess stuff like making XFN links look a
certain way would be easier)
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