[uf-new] Microformat for article/document?
andy at pigsonthewing.org.uk
Fri Jul 13 16:54:00 PDT 2007
<84ce626f0707131342q1e8068fbn270db513b9fc5cbf at mail.gmail.com>, Charles
Iliya Krempeaux <supercanadian at gmail.com> writes
>On 7/13/07, Henrik Kraft <hkraft at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Ive been looking but cant seem to find a mf for a document.
>Perhaps I'm missing the point, but... isn't <html> considered to be a document.
>And thus <html> is your "article". <title> is your "header". And you
>can include some class names on various elements inside of <body> for
>your "preamble" and "bodytext".
That's one way of looking at it; but in:
for example, the 2006 article (i.e. the whole page) contains and
describes a 1948 article.
Then again, the latter, and the original enquirer's document, could,
perhaps, by wrapped in a "citation" microformat.
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