[uf-discuss] Vote Links: rel="voted-for"
ara.pehlivanian at gmail.com
Thu Jan 18 08:24:23 PST 2007
In the case of rev="vote-for" what would you put in the corresponding rel=""?
On 1/18/07, Frances Berriman <fberriman at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 18/01/07, Ben Ward <lists at ben-ward.co.uk> wrote:
> > On 18 Jan 2007, at 15:49, Frances Berriman wrote:
> > > Could Sites of the Month not just use rev="vote-for"? As in - this
> > > site voted for me.
> > Wrong way around Frances, I think.
> > • rev="vote-for" — 'this site is a vote for the href'
> > • rel="vote-for" — 'href is a vote for this site'
> > Your concept is correct, though. It definitely seems like a valid
> > case for a rel-vote.
> > So: <a href="http://back.to/site/a" title="Voted 'site of the month'
> > by Site A' rel="vote-for">Site of the Month!</a> could be used to
> > indicate your site had been 'voted for' by another.
> Doh! I think you're right.
> Anyway - the rev/rel relationsip basically means you (should) never
> have to extend your class names to do the other half of a partnership.
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