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WordPress is an [http://wordpress.org/ open source blogging tool], that has been more broadly described as a "state-of-the-art publishing platform" and a content management system ([[cms]]).
 
WordPress is an [http://wordpress.org/ open source blogging tool], that has been more broadly described as a "state-of-the-art publishing platform" and a content management system ([[cms]]).
  
== how to add microformats support ==
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== Adding Microformats Support to WordPress ==
 
Become familiar with existing [[wordpress-support]] for microformats. Then:
 
Become familiar with existing [[wordpress-support]] for microformats. Then:
  
=== themes ===
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=== Themes ===
In addition, install the following:
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There are themes available for WordPress that feature microformats support out of the box.
* '''Sandbox theme''' - or any theme derived from Sandbox.
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* '''[http://www.plaintxt.org/themes/sandbox/ Sandbox theme]''' or any Sandbox-based theme derivative will include hAtom, hCard, and xoxo.
  
=== TinyMCE plugins ===
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=== Plugins ===
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Specific microformats can be integrated into the WordPress functionality through plugins.
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* See [http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/tags/microformats plugins tagged '''microformats'''] on the official WordPress plugin repository for a sampling.
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* '''[http://www.plaintxt.org/experiments/blog-summary/ Blog Summary]''' produces an hAtom-enabled list of recent entries via shortcode.
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==== TinyMCE plugins ====
 
If you use the TinyMCE plugin, consider also installing the following:
 
If you use the TinyMCE plugin, consider also installing the following:
 
* '''[http://www.undergroundwebdesigns.com/tinyMCE-hcard-plugin.html TinyMCE hCard]''' - adds a [http://www.undergroundwebdesigns.com/assets/images/hcard_button.gif] icon in your tinyMCE toolbar that provides a form for creating an hCard contact.
 
* '''[http://www.undergroundwebdesigns.com/tinyMCE-hcard-plugin.html TinyMCE hCard]''' - adds a [http://www.undergroundwebdesigns.com/assets/images/hcard_button.gif] icon in your tinyMCE toolbar that provides a form for creating an hCard contact.

Revision as of 04:11, 8 August 2008

WordPress

WordPress is an open source blogging tool, that has been more broadly described as a "state-of-the-art publishing platform" and a content management system (content management systems).

Adding Microformats Support to WordPress

Become familiar with existing WordPress for microformats. Then:

Themes

There are themes available for WordPress that feature microformats support out of the box.

  • Sandbox theme or any Sandbox-based theme derivative will include hAtom, hCard, and xoxo.

Plugins

Specific microformats can be integrated into the WordPress functionality through plugins.

TinyMCE plugins

If you use the TinyMCE plugin, consider also installing the following:

  • TinyMCE hCard - adds a [1] icon in your tinyMCE toolbar that provides a form for creating an hCard contact.
  • TinyMCE hCalendar - adds a new [2] icon in your tinyMCE toolbar that provides a form for creating an hCalendar event.

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