Scope of tags (Was: [uf-discuss] rel="nsfw")
andy at pigsonthewing.org.uk
Mon Jan 1 12:37:43 PST 2007
In message <200701012003.l01K3B07014249 at microformats.org>, Eran
<limbo at actcom.co.il> writes
>> >The xfolk version could look like this:
>> ><div class="xfolkentry">
>> > <a class="taggedlinked" href="http://goatse.cx">check this out!</a>
>> > (<a rel="tag" href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NSFW">NSFW</a>)</div
>> That would also tag the *linking* page as "NSFW".
>> (In fact, that seems to be an issue with xfolk in general...)
>Actually I'd say this is an issue with rel-tag in general, you'd have
>similar problems with hreview and with any uF that employs rel-tag.
Indeed. It was suggested that "deceased" be used as a tag in hCards, in
lieu of a date-of-death field.
Suppose Sue publishes a family tree as a series of web pages, one for
On her own page, she has:
Title: Sue Smith
with an hCard for each person. If they tag Fred as "deceased", then
they, too, are shown as deceased. Not good.
Merry Bloomin' Christmas!
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