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h-feed is a microformats2 experiment with a top level feed object to contain h-entry posts.

From experience with hAtom, it's not clear that there's actually a need (use-case) for a top level feed, but for those that wish to experiment with it, here it is.

root class name: h-feed




Use Cases

Examples in the wild

Add any examples in the wild that you find to the top of this list.




When parsing a page for an h-feed, do so per microformats2.


If there is no explicit "h-feed" element, implementations may:


How do I avoid duplicating the page title

I want to use the name (title) of my page as the name of my feed, how do I avoid duplicating the page title somewhere invisibly on the page as the feed name?

If you want re-use the <title> of your page as the name of your feed, you can do so by putting the h-feed root class name on the <html> element, and the p-name property class name on the <title> element, e.g. here's a snippet showing how those tags would look:

<html class="h-feed"><title class="p-name">sandeep.io</title>

Real world example:

What should a subscriber do with a page with multiple feeds

What do I do when a user subscribes to a URL with multiple distinct h-feeds?

A feed reader should subscribe to the first h-feed it finds at a URL.

Related: http://indiewebcamp.com/reader

See Also

h-feed was last modified: Monday, October 21st, 2013