[uf-rest] Microformats implementation
Tantek Ç elik
tantek at cs.stanford.edu
Thu Nov 17 11:33:07 PST 2005
On 11/17/05 10:57 AM, "Larry Staton Jr." <statonjr at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I have implemented three microformats technologies -- XOXO, AHAH, and
> hCard -- on my Web site. You can view the site at
> I use AHAH to call XOXO documents. The navigation links for "Colophon"
> and "Projects" are AHAH calls to "colophon.xo" and "index.rhtml". The
> latter document is marked up as an XOXO document despite the name. The
> "Resume" link is missing on purpose. I wanted to see if AHAH would
> display the redirected 404 error message and it does.
Larry, I just checked out your site.
This is awesome.
Would you be open to sharing your AHAH code?
> I use hCard in my markup, but I set the style to "display:none" to
> hide the data.
This is the *only* thing I have to nitpick about. You really should be
displaying everything you have microformatted (and microformatting
everything you can that's displayed). If you need to create a separate page
like "contact info" rather than showing all the content on your home page,
that I can understand. But however you do it, the information should be
human visible/readable on the page.
> Clicking on the "vCard" link sends the hCard data
> through Brian Suda's vCard translator.
> Thanks to Mark Pilgrim and Neil Dunn for providing nice examples of
> XOXO markup and hCard markup.
Yes, these guys rock.
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