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It '''might''' be useful to have a way of specifying a wrapper for a a collection of entries. Especially in the case where there are multiple feeds on one page, but one wanted to target the entries of just one feed (e.g., the main blog feed, but not the sidebar tweets feed).
It '''might''' be useful to have a way of specifying a wrapper for a a collection of entries. Especially in the case where there are multiple feeds on one page, but one wanted to target the entries of just one feed (e.g., the main blog feed, but not the sidebar tweets feed).
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== previous effort ==
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* [[blog-description-examples]] may have examples that could be incorporated here
== real world examples ==
== real world examples ==

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Part of the feed microformat development effort per the process.

This page is for documenting examples of real world web pages with one or more feeds that would benefit from additional explicit structural markup.

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purpose

Many HTML pages contain periodic/episodic content. It may be helpful to explicitly group similar/related/sequential episodes for the purposes of re-using this data in other contexts (restyling, search, indexing).


It might be useful to have a way of specifying a wrapper for a a collection of entries. Especially in the case where there are multiple feeds on one page, but one wanted to target the entries of just one feed (e.g., the main blog feed, but not the sidebar tweets feed).

previous effort

real world examples

Links to public web pages, either popular or insightful that provide real world examples of the type of publishing that can be improved with a feed microformat.

Flat list of examples:

analysis of publishing practices

see also

next steps

feed examples was last modified: Wednesday, December 31st, 1969

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