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Schema

The hEntry schema consists of the following properties:

Field and Element Details

Entry Category
  • an Entry Category element is identified by rel="tag"
  • an Entry MAY have an Entry Category
  • an Entry Category element represents the concept of an Atom category (archived original link ) inside an entry (archived original link)
  • the rel="tag" href encodes the atom category:term; the link text defines the atom category:label
Entry Title
  • an Entry Title element is identified by the class name entry-title
  • an Entry SHOULD have an Entry Title
  • an Entry Title element represents the concept of an Atom entry title (archived original link)
  • if the Entry Title is missing, use
    • the first <h#> element in the Entry, or
    • the <title> of the page, if there is no enclosing Feed element, or
    • assume it is the empty string
Entry Content
  • an Entry Content element is identified by class name entry-content
  • an Entry SHOULD have Entry Content
  • an Entry Content element represents the concept of an Atom content (archived original link)
  • an Entry MAY have 0 or more Entry Content elements. The "logical Entry Content" of an Entry is the concatenation, in order of appearance, of all the Entry Contents within the Entry
Many web logs split content into multiple sections with a "Read More" link and JavaScript tricks. This is also needed in cases where Entry Titles are coded in-line and are considered part of the content.
  • if the Entry Content is missing, assume it is the empty string
Entry Summary
  • an Entry Summary element is identified by class name entry-summary
  • an Entry Summary element represents the concept of an Atom summary (archived original link)
  • an Entry MAY have 0 or more Entry Summary elements. The "logical Entry Summary" of an Entry is the concatenation, in order of appearance, of all the Entry Summarys within the Entry
Entry Permalink
  • an Entry Permalink element is identified by rel-design-pattern
  • an Entry SHOULD have an Entry Permalink
  • an Entry Permalink element represents the concept of an Atom link in an entry (archived original link)
  • if the Entry Permalink is missing, use the URI of the page; if the Entry has an "id" attribute, add that as a fragment to the page URI to distinguish individual entries
Entry Updated
  • an Entry Updated element is identified by class name updated
  • an Entry Updated element represents the concept of Atom updated (archived original link)
  • an Entry SHOULD have an Entry Updated element
  • use the Datetime Design Pattern to encode the updated datetime
  • if there is no Entry Updated element,
    • use the Entry Published element, if present
    • otherwise the page is invalid hAtom
Entry Published
Entry Author
  • an Entry Author element is represented by class name author
  • an Entry Author element represents the concept of an Atom author (archived original link)
  • an Entry Author element MUST be encoded in an hCard
  • an Entry Author element SHOULD be encoded in an <address> element
  • an Entry SHOULD have at least one Entry Author element
  • an Entry MAY have more than one Entry Author elements
  • if the Entry Author is missing
    • find the Nearest In Parent <address> element(s) with class name author and that is/are a valid hCard
    • otherwise the entry is invalid hAtom

Examples in the wild

This section is informative.

The following sites have published hEntry, and thus are a great place to start for anyone looking for examples "in the wild" to try parsing, indexing, organizing etc., in addition to hEntry examples in the wild. If you find hEntry anywhere else, feel free to add them to the top of this list. Once the list grows too big, we'll make a separate wiki page.

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