martin at weborganics.co.uk
Sat Nov 22 06:10:43 PST 2008
Martin Atkins wrote:
> Martin McEvoy wrote:
>> On your homepage: <a rev="made" href="http://somesite.com/">Some
>> The last thing I may add to all that is @rev is depreciated in
>> Microformats and HTML5, but if you mark up your pages in XHTML or
>> HTML4 you are still good to go
> Per a recent discussion on the HTML WG list, the recommendation is to
> use rel="author" instead of rev="made".
Do you use HTML5 on your clients websites?
I looked at your website and it was XHTML STRICT in which case you can
use rev=made without any problems, I also have also been informed (from
various sources), that @rev may make a comeback in HTML5 eventually, so
really I don't see any harm in using rev=made (for at least the next
four years anyway), lastly the reason why @rev was dropped by the HTML
WG was because people were not (on the whole) using it correctly, so I
am taking the opportunity t inform people HOW to use it Correctly as
the concept is not too difficult is it?
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