[uf-discuss] Re: [Structuredblogging-discuss] microformat for books in a library catalog

Edward Summers ehs at pobox.com
Mon Dec 19 21:27:38 PST 2005

On Dec 19, 2005, at 11:21 PM, Phillip Pearson wrote:
> Perhaps the example could look something like this in XHTML:
> <div class="book" lang="en">
>  <h3 class="fn">Arithmetic /</h3>
>  <p>By <span class="creator"><span class="fn">Sandburg, Carl</ 
> span>, <span class="date">1878-1967</span></span>, and <span  
> class="illustrator">Rand, Ted</span></p>
>  <p>Publisher: <span class="publisher"><span class="fn">Harcourt  
> Brace Jovanovich</span>, <span class="locality">San Diego</span></ 
> span></p>
>  <p>Published: <span class="issued">1993</span></p>
>  <p class="description">A poem about numbers and their  
> characteristics. Features anamorphic, or distorted, drawings which  
> can be restored to normal by viewing from a particular angle or by  
> viewing the image's reflection in the provided Mylar cone.</p>
>  <p class="note">One Mylar sheet included in pocket.</p>
>  <p>Subjects:</p>
>  <ul>
>    <li class="subject">Arithmetic</li>
>    <li class="subject">Children's poetry, American.</li>
>    <li class="subject">Arithmetic</li>
>    <li class="subject">American poetry</li>
>    <li class="subject">Visual perception</li>
>  </ul>
> </div>

It would be nice to have this on the wiki somewhere, perhaps on the  
http://microformats.org/wiki/cite-brainstorming ?


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