[uf-discuss] Enumerating Microformats on a Page
Breton Blake Slivka
zen at ZenPsycho.com
Fri Mar 24 01:51:19 PST 2006
I've done a bit of a search, and again, being new to the mailing list as
you are, I can't speak definitively on where the discussion currently
is, but there is a discussion about this topic listed in the mailing
list archives of November, which can be seen here:
Phil Haack wrote:
> Ah! Ok thanks. That makes sense.
> Now what if we take this to the site level as opposed to the page level?
> Suppose as a content publisher, I want to place certain Microformats on
> another page. Let's say a list of all my recipes on a recipe page.
> As I understand it, there's not yet any consensus on how I would signal that
> on my home page via some sort of auto-discovery mechanism. Is that correct?
> I suppose I could add the xmdp profile to the home page, but if the recipes
> are on another page, that wouldn't make sense.
> What's the current discussion around this issue?
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> [mailto:microformats-discuss-bounces at microformats.org] On Behalf Of Breton
> Blake Slivka
> Sent: Thursday, March 23, 2006 11:52 PM
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> Subject: Re: [uf-discuss] Enumerating Microformats on a Page
> Hello, I myself am new to the discussion list, though perhaps I might be
> able to shed *some* light on your question.
> From what I understand, if a page includes microformats, that page
> /should/ link to an xmdp profile for each microformat in the head of the
> document. This allows for autodiscovery, validation, and mechanism for
> defining a microformat.
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