[uf-discuss] What does the 'h' in microformats mean?
fberriman at gmail.com
Thu Jul 9 03:56:17 PDT 2009
2009/7/9 Thomas Loertsch <loertsch.thomas at guj.de>:
> On 09.07.09 10:15, "Martin McEvoy" <martin at weborganics.co.uk> wrote:
>> Hello all
>> I wander if anyone can tell me what the 'h' in microformats means?
>> I have always thought 'h' was for 'hypertext' but could it mean
>> 'hypermedia' or even 'html'
>> perhaps it means nothing?
> my guess: it stands for that certain greek letter that's hard to describe
> because it's not on the average keyboard, pronounced "mü" or "miu", common
> shortcut for "micro". that letter, vertically reflected, looks like an "h".
> just a guess, but convincing enough that i stopped bothering :-)
"h" stands for whatever you want it to be! *airy fairy disney movie*.
It's html. Think, this is this thing, represented in html.
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