sharelink formats

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** [https://twitter.com/kevinmarks/status/822257980049485824 Kevin Marks ‏@kevinmarks] <br> @cramforce @adactio @Medium or google inspired  &utm_source things
** [https://twitter.com/kevinmarks/status/822257980049485824 Kevin Marks ‏@kevinmarks] <br> @cramforce @adactio @Medium or google inspired  &utm_source things
** [https://twitter.com/rmondello/status/910276001300488192 Ricky Mondello‏ @rmondello] <br>Safari on iOS 11 will share the canonical link for a page, which can improve the experience of sharing a "mobile" website.
** [https://twitter.com/rmondello/status/910276001300488192 Ricky Mondello‏ @rmondello] <br>Safari on iOS 11 will share the canonical link for a page, which can improve the experience of sharing a "mobile" website.
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** [http://known.kevinmarks.com/2017/day-7-to-amp-or-not-to-amp-100daysofindieweb bookmarklets for switching to or copying canonical links]
*[http://microformats.org/wiki/h-entry#Draft_Properties u-repost-of]
*[http://microformats.org/wiki/h-entry#Draft_Properties u-repost-of]

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Part of the Sharelink effort.

Malte Ubl ‏@cramforce Jan 19

Per the microformats process this page is here to document previous formats for pages publishing share links for themselves.


This article is a stub. You can help the microformats.org wiki by expanding it.

examples

 The value "self" signifies that the IRI in the value of the href
 attribute identifies a resource equivalent to the containing
 element.

see also

sharelink formats was last modified: Thursday, September 21st, 2017

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