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== Services with hCard profiles ==
 
== Services with hCard profiles ==
Issues with [[hcard-supporting-user-profiles#Services_with_hCard_profiles|services with hCard user profiles]].  Please list each service with issues alphabetically and as a heading sans punctuation for easier/cleaner permalinking.  See [[hcard-examples-in-wild-with-problems]] for how to categorize/annotate hCard problems (invalid, subpotimal, hidden, requires javascript, requires XHR(XML-HTTP-Request) ).
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Issues with [[hcard-supporting-user-profiles#Services_with_hCard_profiles|services with hCard user profiles]].  Please list each service with issues alphabetically and as a heading sans punctuation for easier/cleaner permalinking.  See [[hcard-examples-in-wild-with-problems]] for how to categorize/annotate hCard problems (invalid, subpotimal, hidden, requires javascript, requires XHR(XML-HTTP-Request)).
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=== Facebook ===
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*'''invalid''' - <code>url</code> property is set to: <nowiki>http://www.facebook.com/r.php?r=100&u=p</nowiki> which appears to just be a generic registration link rather than a URL for that user.
  
 
=== Magnolia ===
 
=== Magnolia ===

Revision as of 22:04, 22 May 2008

hCard supporting user profiles issues

This page is for documenting issues with hCard supporting user profiles, whether techniques, implementation challenges, or issues with specific implementations.

Services with hCard profiles

Issues with services with hCard user profiles. Please list each service with issues alphabetically and as a heading sans punctuation for easier/cleaner permalinking. See hCard Examples in the wild for how to categorize/annotate hCard problems (invalid, subpotimal, hidden, requires javascript, requires XHR(XML-HTTP-Request)).

Facebook

  • invalid - url property is set to: http://www.facebook.com/r.php?r=100&u=p which appears to just be a generic registration link rather than a URL for that user.

Magnolia

  • suboptimal - adr has no child properties, e.g.: [1]. Andy Mabbett 01:18, 26 Sep 2007 (PDT)

Used to have hCard profiles

The following services used to have hCard user profiles but somehow got lost/ regressed in an upgrade or something.

Zooomr

  • Zooomr - hCard support appears to have been lost in their Zooomr Mark III release in 2007 June. Was: login, click on the "Your Profile" link, and copy the URL which should start with http://zooomr.com/people/.

Services that import hCard profiles

Satisfaction

  • requires javascript, requires XHR: on their sign in and registration page, which allows you to choose the service of your existing hCard profile or "Other..." and enter your profile URL (which you can retrieve as described above).

See Also