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<entry-title>Welcome to the microformats wiki!</entry-title>
  
In case your area has high temperatures and moisture and you've got a ac you might still possess some areas with to much moisture which might cause mold and mildew to develop in your furniture, walls and storage areas. To solve this issue you might want to obtain a low energy portable heating and cooling product just like a dehumidifier.
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'''<dfn>microformats</dfn>''' are extensions to HTML for marking up [[hCard|people, organizations]], [[hCalendar|events]], [[adr|locations]], [[hAtom|blog posts]], [[hProduct|products]], [[hReview|reviews]], [[hResume|resumes]], [[hRecipe|recipes]] etc.
Dehumidifiers are made to remove excess moisture out of your home quietly and efficiently. Dehumidifiers really are a necessity for all those struggling with dust mite, allergies or just for all those attempting to keep their indoor humidity in a comfortable level. Air that's too damp may cause itchy skin and stuffy nasal passages, condensation on windows, water damage and mold to materials, mold and mildew growth and rotting of wood materials in your house. Dehumidifiers remove moisture from musty air to enjoy all year round security in your house or office without having all of the above problems.
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Portable dehumidifiers are available in a variety of sizes with respect to the application and area you have to control moisture. Generally they've portable units from 30 to 65 U. S. pints per Round-the-clock and also the amount or capacity of moisture they remove is determined by the particular room ambient temperature and humidity conditions. They work on 115 volts and 60Hz. They have water tanks or buckets with full bucket indicator with auto turn off function. Most units have memory restart function when the power beeps and capability to connect a water drain hose towards the unit and never make use of the bucket. Portable dehumidifiers also provide casters for simple mobility and also have washable air filters.
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==Introduction==
There are more items like desiccate damp rid bags which may be utilized in closed areas like closet or storage areas but need to be replaced when filled with water. In which you have outside walls you shouldn't have things touching the wall so air can circulate between your objects and also the wall. This helps prevent mold and mildew from growing.
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{{main|introduction}}
For buying dehumidifiers, patio heaters, humidifier and air cooler log on to: http://www.aircomfortcentre.com
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This wiki is the central resource of the microformats community and provides microformats authoring guides, references, specifications, drafts, publishing patterns, research, brainstorming, and issue tracking.
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== Get Started==
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{{main|get-started}}
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Get started with microformats:
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* First, make sure your pages and applications use semantically rich, descriptive, ‘[[posh|<abbr title="Plain Old Semantic HTML">POSH</abbr>]]’ <abbr title="HyperText Mark-up Language">HTML</abbr>.
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* Mark-up your contact information with [[hCard]] ([[hcard-authoring|authoring tips]], [[hcard-examples|examples]]) and link from your personal site to your other profiles with [[rel-me]].
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* Have questions? Read the [[faq|frequently asked questions]], join the [[IRC]] channel and ask questions.
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* Want to learn more in person? Check out microformats [[events]].
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==Definition==
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{{main|what-are-microformats}}
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Microformats are small patterns of HTML to represent commonly published things like [[hcard|people]], [[hcalendar|events]], [[hatom|blog posts]], [[hreview|reviews]] and [[rel-tag|tags]] in web pages.
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Microformats are the fastest and simplest way to provide an API to the data and information in your website. See what else [[what-can-you-do-with-microformats|you can do with microformats]].
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== How to contribute ==
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Want to join in and contribute?
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* [[get-started|Get started]] by adding microformats to your website, services, and products
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* [[advocacy|Advocate]] the use of microformats on other web sites, especially those you use
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* Read [[how-to-play]] before editing this wiki
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* Join the [[irc|IRC Channel]] and [[mail|mailing lists]] to learn and help answer questions (read [[mailing-lists#General_guidelines|general guidelines]] before posting).
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* Write a [[testimonial]]
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* Do something on the [[to-do|to do list]].
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* [[Main_Page#microformats_wiki_translations|Translate this microformats wiki into other languages]] to make microformats more accessible to readers of languages around the world.
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* Before proposing any new microformats, make sure your website is [[POSH]], [[get-started|uses existing microformats]], and then read the [[process]].
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This wiki has a number of enhancements to assist development and contributions to microformats. Before you start editing, see the [[wiki-2|wiki introduction page]] for instructions.
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== Specifications ==
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The list of current, stable [[microformats|Microformats]] open standard specifications.
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* [[hcalendar|hCalendar]] - events
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* [[hcard|hCard]] - people, organizations, contacts
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* [[rel-license]] - licensed content
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* [[rel-nofollow]] - links in untrusted 3rd party content
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* [[rel-tag]] - tag posts and pages by subject
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* [[XFN]] - social relationships and [[rel-me]] links among profiles for the same person
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* [[XMDP]] - define a microformat vocabulary / profile
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* [[xoxo|XOXO]] - outlines
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== Drafts ==
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Drafts are newer microformats, which are still making their way through the [[process]] to become specifications. Implementers should be prepared to keep abreast of future developments and changes. Please watch the wiki pages for updates.
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* [[adr|adr]] - address location information
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* [[geo|geo]] - latitude &amp; longitude location ([http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WGS84 WGS84] geographic coordinates)
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* [[hatom|hAtom]] - blog posts and other date-stamped content
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* [[hlisting|hListing]] - listings for products or services
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* [[hmedia|hMedia]] - media info about images, video, audio
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* [[hnews|hNews]] - news articles, extension of hAtom
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* [[hproduct|hProduct]] - products
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* [[hrecipe|hRecipe]] - cooking+baking recipes
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* [[hresume|hResume]] - individual resumes and CVs
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* [[hreview|hReview]] - individual reviews and ratings
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* [[hreview-aggregate|hReview-aggregate]] - aggregate reviews and ratings
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* [[rel-author]] - link to the author's home page (from an article)
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* [[rel-home]] - link to the homepage of a site
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* [[rel-payment]] - link to a payment mechanism
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''If you're tempted to try your hand at writing a microformat please read '''[[process|the process]]''' page first!''
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== Exploratory Discussions ==
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{{main|exploratory-discussions}}
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'''New: [[microformats 2]]''' has sufficiently stabilized to start using on public web pages and developing parsers and applications.
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See: [[exploratory-discussions]] for details of research and analysis of real-world [[examples]], existing formats, and brainstorming of possible new microformats, per the microformats [[process]].
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== Design Patterns ==
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== Archived ==
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Past specifications, drafts, and exploratory discussions which have either lacked (or lost) wide publishing support, implementation, or have been superceded by newer specs (see also [[process#related_issues_questions_regarding_document_stages: process|when does it make sense to demote a microformat spec]]). These may eventually be retired, deprecated, or reincorporated into other exploratory discussions.
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* [[haudio|hAudio]]
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* [[rel-directory]] - link to web directories
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* [[rel-enclosure]] - link to attachments (e.g. files) to download and cache
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* [[robots-exclusion|robots exclusion]]
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* [[vote-links|VoteLinks]]
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* [[xfolk|xFolk]] - tagged links
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== Examples ==
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* [[examples-in-the-wild]]
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* [[implementations]]
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* [[zen-garden]]
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== Resources ==
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See [[resources]].
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== User centric development ==
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*[[user-interface]]
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*[[data-portability]]
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*[[social-network-portability]]
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== Shared work areas ==
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* [[to-do]]
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* [[templates]]
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* [http://microformats.org/wiki/delete pages for deletion] <!-- keep as external link; removes from "what links here" -->
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* [[Special:Specialpages|"Special" wiki pages]]
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* [[year-in-review]]
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== Tools, test cases, additional research ==
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The first place to look for examples, code, and test cases is in the pages for each individual microformat. There are only a few cross-cutting [[tools|tools and services]] that need to process more than one microformat. That section is intended for editors, [[parsers]], [[validators]], test cases, and other information relevant across multiple microformats.
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== Microformats wiki translations ==
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<span id="microformats_wiki_translations_in_other_languages">You may read and edit microformats articles in many other languages:</span>
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* languages with over 100 articles
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** [[Main_Page-fr|<span lang="fr">Français</span> (French)]] <span lang="fr">{{UpdateMarker-fr}}</span>
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* languages with over 10 articles
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** [[Main_Page-pt-br|<span lang="pt-br">Português</span> (Brazilian Portuguese)]]
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** [[Main_Page-ja|<span lang="ja">日本語</span> (Japanese)]]
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** [[Main_Page-ru|<span lang="ru">Русский</span> (Russian)]]
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* languages with over 2 articles
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** [[Main_Page-cs|<span lang="cs">Česky</span> (Czech)]] {{NewMarker}}
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** [[Main_Page-de|<span lang="de">Deutsch</span> (German)]]
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** [[Main_Page-es|<span lang="es">Español</span> (Spanish)]]
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** [[Main_Page-gl|<span lang="gl">Galego</span> (Galician)]] {{NewMarker}}
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** [[Main_Page-pl|<span lang="pl">Polski</span> (Polish)]]
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** [[Main_Page-ro|<span lang="ro">Română</span> (Romanian)]] {{NewMarker}}
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** [[Main_Page-zh|<span lang="zh">汉语</span> (Chinese)]]
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** [[Main_Page-id|<span lang="id">Indonesia</span> (Bahasa Indonesia)]] {{NewMarker}}
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* languages just started
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** [[Main_Page-fa|<span lang="fa">پارسی</span> (Farsi)]] {{NewMarker}}
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** [[Main_Page-ar|<span lang="ar">العربية</span> (Arabic)]]
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** [[Main_Page-th|<span lang="th">ภาษาไทย</span> (Thai)]]
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** [[Main_Page-it|<span lang="it">Italiano</span> (Italian)]] {{NewMarker}}
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** [[Main_Page-ko|<span lang="ko">한국어</span> (Korean)]] {{NewMarker}}
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* elsewhere
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**[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microformat Wikipedia's article on microformats] has been translated into a number of languages.
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See also [[other-languages]], and [[how-to-start-new-translation|how-to-start-a-new-translation]].

Revision as of 07:35, 14 September 2012

<entry-title>Welcome to the microformats wiki!</entry-title>

microformats are extensions to HTML for marking up people, organizations, events, locations, blog posts, products, reviews, resumes, recipes etc.

Introduction

Main article: Introduction to Microformats

This wiki is the central resource of the microformats community and provides microformats authoring guides, references, specifications, drafts, publishing patterns, research, brainstorming, and issue tracking.

Get Started

Main article: Get Started

Get started with microformats:

Definition

Main article: What are microformats?

Microformats are small patterns of HTML to represent commonly published things like people, events, blog posts, reviews and tags in web pages.

Microformats are the fastest and simplest way to provide an API to the data and information in your website. See what else you can do with microformats.

How to contribute

Want to join in and contribute?

This wiki has a number of enhancements to assist development and contributions to microformats. Before you start editing, see the wiki introduction page for instructions.

Specifications

The list of current, stable Microformats open standard specifications.

Drafts

Drafts are newer microformats, which are still making their way through the The microformats process to become specifications. Implementers should be prepared to keep abreast of future developments and changes. Please watch the wiki pages for updates.

  • adr - address location information
  • Geo - latitude & longitude location (WGS84 geographic coordinates)
  • hAtom - blog posts and other date-stamped content
  • hListing - listings for products or services
  • hMedia - media info about images, video, audio
  • hNews - news articles, extension of hAtom
  • hProduct - products
  • hRecipe - cooking+baking recipes
  • hResume - individual resumes and CVs
  • hReview - individual reviews and ratings
  • hReview-aggregate - aggregate reviews and ratings
  • rel author - link to the author's home page (from an article)
  • rel="home" - link to the homepage of a site
  • rel-payment - link to a payment mechanism

If you're tempted to try your hand at writing a microformat please read the process page first!

Exploratory Discussions

Main article: Exploratory Discussions

New: microformats2 has sufficiently stabilized to start using on public web pages and developing parsers and applications.

See: Exploratory Discussions for details of research and analysis of real-world Best Practices for Examples Pages, existing formats, and brainstorming of possible new microformats, per the microformats The microformats process.

Design Patterns

Design patterns are common uses of markup across microformats.

Archived

Past specifications, drafts, and exploratory discussions which have either lacked (or lost) wide publishing support, implementation, or have been superceded by newer specs (see also when does it make sense to demote a microformat spec). These may eventually be retired, deprecated, or reincorporated into other exploratory discussions.

Examples

Resources

See resources.

User centric development

Shared work areas

Tools, test cases, additional research

The first place to look for examples, code, and test cases is in the pages for each individual microformat. There are only a few cross-cutting tools and services that need to process more than one microformat. That section is intended for editors, Microformats Parsers, microformats validators, test cases, and other information relevant across multiple microformats.

Microformats wiki translations

You may read and edit microformats articles in many other languages:

See also List of microformats wiki translations, and how-to-start-a-new-translation.