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This page contains useful tips and guidelines for how to author [[hcard|hCards]], either from scratch, or by adding markup to existing content.
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'''Goal:''' The goal of this document is to provide some good intuitive guidelines that should make it as easy and as quick as possible for any web author to create hCards or add hCard markup to existing content.
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'''Audience:''' Web authors, designers, IA's.  This document is written for easy consumption and understanding by any web designer who knows at least enough (X)HTML and CSS to use semantic HTML class names on elements (i.e. [[POSH]]) and write CSS selectors that apply styles to those class names.  Please help with clarifying/simplifying this document accordingly.
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'''Author(s):''' [[User:Tantek|Tantek Çelik]], [[User:MarkRickerby|Mark Rickerby]]
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== A 5 minute primer to using hCard ==
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Let's imagine a static page that contains some personal contact details, the main part of which looks something like:
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<div id="contact">
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  <h2>Contact Me</h2>
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  <a href="mailto:jane@example.com">jane@example.com</a>,
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  or send stuff to me at the following address:</p>
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  <p>255 Some Street,<br />
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This snippet has all the human readable information needed to produce a valid [[hcard|hCard]] representation - all that is necessary is to add some additional structure that defines each particular detail. The first thing to do is to add the <code>vcard</code> wrapper class to the enclosing <code>div</code>, which identifies this particular block as an [[hcard|hCard]]:
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<source lang=html4strict>
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<div id="contact" class="vcard">
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One thing that is noticeably missing from this snippet is the name of who these contact details apply to - this makes the information presented  more ambiguous and harder to understand. It's good to be explicit with such things, and it just so happens that the name property is a compulsory field within an [[hcard|hCard]] as well. So let's add it, using the <code>fn</code> class:
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<div id="contact" class="vcard">
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  <h2>Contact Me</h2>
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  <h3 class="fn">Jane Doe</h3>
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    or reach me at the following address:</p>
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    Some Place</p>
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Another thing we can do to improve the semantics of the snippet is to mark up the address with "adr", and use <code>div</code> tags since its not really a paragraph. At the same time, we should also get rid of the [http://tantek.com/log/2002/10.html#L20021022t1432 bed & breakfast] markup in the second paragraph, replacing it with structured classnames for the components of a mailing address: <code>adr</code>, <code>street-address</code>, <code>locality</code>, and <code>region</code>. We can also add the <code>email</code> class to the mailto link, to complete the structure of the [[hcard|hCard]]:
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  <h2>Contact Me</h2>
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  <h3 class="fn">Jane Doe</h3>
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    or reach me at the following address:</p>
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  <div class="adr">
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    <div class="street-address">255 Some Street</div>
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And that's all it takes!
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Aside from the advantages of having such structured visible data, providing these additional class names also increases the visual design possibilities.
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== Add To Address Book Links ==
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When you update your contact info to include hCard markup, you can also include an "Add to Address Book" link so your users can download your contact info to their address book with one click of a hyperlink!
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Here is an example of such a link:
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<a href="http://h2vx.com/vcf/tantek.com">
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Add to Address Book
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Simply substitute the link to your hCard for the <kbd>tantek.com</kbd> URL fragment above (note that <code>http://</code> is implied, you can add it explicitly if you want).
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If you have more than one hCard on that page, you should put a unique ID attribute on each, and then put <kbd>%23yourIDhere</kbd> at the end of your href code where <kbd>yourIDhere</kbd> is the ID attribute value that you put on the hCard you are creating the link for.
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You can also use Brian Suda's hosted [[X2V]] service, or download and install the open source X2V XSLT yourself and run it on your own server instead of using an online hCard to vCard converter service.
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== Creating new hCards ==
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Start with the [http://microformats.org/code/hcard/creator hCard creator], and for additional fields and properties (e.g. telephone numbers, instant messaging contacts), see the [[hcard-examples|hCard examples]] page.
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== Adding hCard markup to existing content ==
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=== Natural language hCard ===
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Perhaps you have a traditional prose description of yourself.  Start by reading Jeremy Keith's article  "[http://adactio.com/journal/1122/ Adactio: Journal - Natural language hCard]" which provides a nice succinct introduction in the art of adding hCard markup to an existing prose biography.
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Jeremy's recent post [http://adactio.com/journal/1393/ Year zero] also contains an inline hCard citation reference to "Malarkey" (who was being quoted) that is quite illustrative of how to markup a simple hyperlinked reference to someone by obvious nickname:
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He could actually make this just a bit more semantic by explicitly noting that "Malarkey" is a nickname for Andy Clarke:
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Similarly, a shortened given name only (e.g. Julie instead of Juliette) reference to someone can be marked up as such, here with XFN added to the hyperlink:
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=== Minimal Markup Changes ===
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When adding hCard to existing content, keep in mind that hCard was designed for semantically enhancing existing content without affecting its presentation (or minimally so).  Thus: change as little markup as possible.  If you want to fix various pages to be valid XHTML etc., that's fine.
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In all examples below where it says to add an element with class name of "<code>xyz</code>", first look for an existing element that precisely surrounds the necessary content. Re-use that element by simply adding the class name "<code>xyz</code>" (meaning, add " xyz" (without quotes) to the element's existing class attribute, or add a new class attribute <code>class="xyz"</code> to elements without a class attribute).
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e.g.
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=== Find People or Organizations ===
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Start with looking for all mentions of people or organizations on a page.  All of those are potential hCards.  Even more so if they are linked to their respective URLs (e.g. home pages / blogs).
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If a person (or organization, henceforth shortened to just "'''person/org'''") is mentioned several times on a page, consider marking up the mention which is the most detailed, definitive, or otherwise thorough as an hCard.  Ideally you might want to mark up ''all'' instances of a person/org as hCards, but for now, just keep it simple and markup the most representative instance. (Perhaps the most "definitive" instance, which could also then be marked up with a <code><nowiki><dfn></nowiki></code> element around the name of the person/org for additional semantic XHTML goodness.)
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For each person/org that you want to turn into an hCard, find the smallest element that contains all the info about that person/org, and no info about any other person/org.
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Add the class name "<code>vcard</code>" to that element.
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If there is no such element (perhaps the nearest enclosing element contains more than one person/org), then add a <code><nowiki><span class="vcard">...</span></nowiki></code> or <code><nowiki><div class="vcard">...</div></nowiki></code> that wraps the info about that person/org and just that person/org.
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The rest of the markup for this hCard MUST go ''inside'' that element with the class name "vcard".
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The name is the one required property of hCard.  Thus be sure to mark up the name of the person with the class name "fn".  For names of people which are two simple words (text separated by space) and where the first word is their given name and the second word is their family name, the class name "fn" is sufficient. E.g.
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For people with <span id="middle-name" class="hcard-faq-ref">middle names</span> or multi-word last names, you must mark them up with the "n" property and its sub-properties "given-name" and "family-name" (and "additional-name" when a middle name is included) e.g.:
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For hCards for organizations, be sure to put both the "fn" and "org" class names on the same element. Having those be the same is the hint to hCard consumers that the hCard represents an organization rather than a person. E.g.
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Add links to your website, your social network profiles and other sites that represent ''you'' specifically to your hCard with the class name <code>url</code>. Here is an example with a personal site, and Twitter and Flickr profile URLs:
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==== connect with yourself ====
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Sites like http://huffduffer.com and [[Firefox]] plugins like [[Identify]] use APIs like the Google Social Graph API (which indexes rel-me links) to automatically connect your profiles for you in their user interfaces.
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Blogrolls are a good example of lists of people with name and URL (see also [[xoxo|XOXO]]).
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View source on the [http://rbach.priv.at/repos/misc/microformatting/ETech2006/invite.html O'Reilly ETech 2006 invite] for examples of people with additional "For ... " reasons marked up as "note" elements.
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View source on the [http://tantek.com/microformats/2006/03-01-TechPlenAgenda.html W3C Technical Plenary Agenda], specifically Ignacio Marín, for an example of a person and org marked up with a <code>lang</code> attribute.
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Add a few phone numbers like this:
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This will display something like:
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work: +1-250-555-2142
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The list of tel types are: <code>voice</code> [which is the default if "type" is unspecified], <code>home</code>, <code>msg</code>, <code>work</code>, <code>pref</code>, <code>fax</code>, <code>cell</code>, <code>video</code>, <code>pager</code>, <code>bbs</code>, <code>modem</code>, <code>car</code>, <code>isdn</code>, <code>pcs</code>.  As shown in the last example above, a tel may have multiple types.  See [[hcard#type_subproperty_values|hCard: Type Subproperty Values]] for the official list.
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If your name is not already marked up (see the Names section above), and your first and last name consist of only two words, you can set the alt attribute for the image as your name. In this case, include the "fn" class name along with the "photo" class name in the class attribute:
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To ensure that the picture is not left out whenever a hcard is converted into a vcard, the external URI should be replaced with the actual encoded picture data as follows:
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An easy way to encode a contact picture is to use some application which can export vcard files including contact picture, as the freeware [http://www.palm.com/us/software/desktop/ Palm Desktop] does.
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