[uf-discuss] hProduct draft now available

Myers, Jay Jay.Myers at bestbuy.com
Thu Feb 12 12:53:10 PST 2009

Yes -- the "category" attribute was included to define product types. In
most examples listed on the hproduct-examples page [1], these would
appear in the "breadcrumbs", similar to this example snippet:

<ul id="breadcrumb">
	<li><a href="/home/index.jsp" class="breadcrumb">Home</a></li>
	<li class="category"><a
	<li class="category"><a
	<li class="category"><a
	<li class="category"><a
href=/family/index.jsp?categoryId=2627507">Drywall Screws</a></li>

[1] http://microformats.org/wiki/hproduct-examples



Jay Myers
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David Janes
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On Tue, Dec 16, 2008 at 3:55 PM, Myers, Jay <Jay.Myers at bestbuy.com>
> Microformateers,
> After several months of diligent work, I'm happy to announce the draft
> spec of the hProduct microformat, linked from the front page of the
> wiki. I look forward to your constructive feedback in order to better
> the format for eventual adoption. As per the process, we have included
> appropriate wiki pages for issues, faqs and examples. Please feel free
> to use those pages to document any feedback, or pose queries on the
> uf-discuss mailing list.

Is there a way to identify what the product is ... a "book", a "dvd"

Regards, etc...

David Janes
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