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Include Pattern Examples in the Wild

Pages which use the include-pattern. Please add new examples to the top of this list, and specify whether object or a is used for the included content.


  • SustainLane uses the include pattern on pages that contain one green local business and many reviews for that business (example). We use an anchor tag that is hidden using CSS, the anchor contains the business name (redundant information):

<span class="item invisible"><a class="include" href="#review_item">Hello World Business Name</a>

  • Niall Kennedy's Weblog uses empty anchor with include pattern to reference the parent company of an hcard org-unit when mentioned. Include hcards currently appear as invalid in Operator.
  • Joseph Bergantine uses a include syntax throughout the site to combine information in various places on the page, originally used object syntax but that caused significant issues in Safari
  • INGV Bologna uses include-pattern for organization-name and fax in hcards of staff-members. The hcards are marked up as table-rows, <a href="#anchorName"></a> sintax is used for the included data.
  • 3AM Productions uses include-pattern for filling in hcard pieces throughout the page. Originally used object but switched to a due to issues styling object in IE as well as accessibility validator issues (Cynthia)
  • The West Midland Bird Club in the English Midlands uses include-pattern, with object, to include the logo from the top of each page, in the page-footer's hCard (e.g on the What's New page), and to include the location and page-URL of, for example, its indoor meetings in Birmingham in their hCalendar microforamts.
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