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* http://adactio.com/journal/
 
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* http://www.csarven.ca/cv
 
* http://www.stuffandnonsense.co.uk/britpack/
 
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==== URLs with a fragment identifier ====
 
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=== Multiple pages ===
 
=== Multiple pages ===

Revision as of 18:06, 18 May 2008

representative hCard examples

Examples of pages that represent individual people with hCards on them. Part of the representative hCard effort.

Examples

Multiple hCards

Pages that contain multiple hCards, one of which is the representative hCard for that page:

Pages that contain multiple hCards, none of which is the representative hCard for that page:

Conference schedules

URLs with a fragment identifier


Multiple pages

Websites that have hCards on multiple pages. The hCards represent the same person:

Jeremy Keith

Brian Oberkirch

Edward O'Connor

Steve Ivy

social network profiles

From hCard supporting user profiles:

  • ...

See Also