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== What are Microformats? ==
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== Cosa sono i Microformats? ==
  
Microformats are a way of adding simple markup to human-readable data items such as events, contact details or locations, on web pages, so that the information in them can be extracted by software and indexed, searched for, saved, cross-referenced or combined.
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I Microformats rappresentano un metodo per aggiungere un semplice Marcatore comprensibile all'uomo degli insiemi di dati come eventi, contatti dettagliati o coordinate, in una pagina web, in modo che queste informazioni possano essere estratte dai programmi e indicizzate, ricercate per, il salvataggio, il riferimento incrociato o combinato.
  
 
More technically, they are items of semantic markup, using just standard "plain old semantic (X)HTML" (i.e. "[[POSH]]") with a set of common [[class-names]] and "[[rel]]" values. They are open and available, freely, for anyone to use.
 
More technically, they are items of semantic markup, using just standard "plain old semantic (X)HTML" (i.e. "[[POSH]]") with a set of common [[class-names]] and "[[rel]]" values. They are open and available, freely, for anyone to use.
  
== Why Microformats ==
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== Perché Microformats ==
  
 
Why did we come up with microformats?
 
Why did we come up with microformats?
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* See: [http://www.justinleavesley.com/journal/2005/7/28/web-services-and-the-innovators-dilemma.html Web Services and the Innovators Dilemma] by Justin Leavesley
 
* See: [http://www.justinleavesley.com/journal/2005/7/28/web-services-and-the-innovators-dilemma.html Web Services and the Innovators Dilemma] by Justin Leavesley
  
==See also==
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* A list of [[notable-users|some notable users]].
 
* A list of [[notable-users|some notable users]].
 
* Recent [[press]] interviews and [[articles]] are also a good introduction.
 
* Recent [[press]] interviews and [[articles]] are also a good introduction.
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* [[testimonials]]
 
* [[testimonials]]
  
== external ==
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== Collegamenti esterni ==
 
* Sitepoint has a nice introductory tutorial: [http://reference.sitepoint.com/html/microformats Microformats - Plugging the Gaps in HTML]
 
* Sitepoint has a nice introductory tutorial: [http://reference.sitepoint.com/html/microformats Microformats - Plugging the Gaps in HTML]
 
* Premasagar has written up [http://premasagar.com/microformats/compound/ some nice microformats examples with source].
 
* Premasagar has written up [http://premasagar.com/microformats/compound/ some nice microformats examples with source].

Revision as of 12:46, 20 August 2008

Introduzione ai Microformats

Cosa sono i Microformats?

I Microformats rappresentano un metodo per aggiungere un semplice Marcatore comprensibile all'uomo degli insiemi di dati come eventi, contatti dettagliati o coordinate, in una pagina web, in modo che queste informazioni possano essere estratte dai programmi e indicizzate, ricercate per, il salvataggio, il riferimento incrociato o combinato.

More technically, they are items of semantic markup, using just standard "plain old semantic (X)HTML" (i.e. "posh") with a set of common existing-classes and "rel" values. They are open and available, freely, for anyone to use.

Perché Microformats

Why did we come up with microformats?

In short, microformats are the convergence of a number of trends:

  1. a logical next step in the evolution of web design and information architecture
  2. a way for people and organisations to publish richer information themselves, without having to rely upon centralized services
  3. an acknowledgement that (outside of specialist areas) "traditional" metadata efforts have either failed or taken so long to garner any adoption, that a new approach was necessary
  4. a way to use (X)HTML for data.

The Appeal to Simplicity

Vedi anche

Collegamenti esterni