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A compound [[microformats|microformat]] is an built from [[elemental-microformat|elemental microformats]] and/or standard HTML elements. It is designed to be incorporated within webpages, and often is an exact mapping of an existing standardized schema that describes a compound data type.
 
A compound [[microformats|microformat]] is an built from [[elemental-microformat|elemental microformats]] and/or standard HTML elements. It is designed to be incorporated within webpages, and often is an exact mapping of an existing standardized schema that describes a compound data type.
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They generally use a combination of several <code>class</code> and/or <code>rel</code> attributes.
  
 
Current examples are:
 
Current examples are:

Revision as of 13:53, 30 August 2007

Compound Microformat

A compound microformat is an built from elemental microformats and/or standard HTML elements. It is designed to be incorporated within webpages, and often is an exact mapping of an existing standardized schema that describes a compound data type.

They generally use a combination of several class and/or rel attributes.

Current examples are:

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