[uf-discuss] country-code may be missing from hCard/adr spec
erin at reelgeek.com
Sun Feb 25 12:44:01 PST 2007
I see your disagree, and I raise you a link. :)
UK is the abbreviated form of United Kingdom. As such, it should be
in the content of the tag, or else using the abbr element is
unnecessary. However, I have no clue as to whether the class country-
name is appropriate for country codes, which seems to be the issue.
I was just commenting on the general html.
On 25-Feb-07, at 12:14 PM, Nic James Ferrier wrote:
> Erin Caton <erin at reelgeek.com> writes:
>> It doesn't look like abuse to me, it's just inside-out. You want the
>> abbreviated text in between the tags and the full name in the
>> title=" ".
> I disagree. But then I would I guess.
> My thinking was:
> The class of the element is "country-name". So the content is "United
> Kingdom". But the title of the United Kingdom, it's pretty clear to
> me, is "UK".
>> On 25-Feb-07, at 3:19 AM, Andy Mabbett wrote:
>>> In message <87zm72k1na.fsf at tapsellferrier.co.uk>, Nic James Ferrier
>>> <nferrier at tapsellferrier.co.uk> writes
>>>> I do:
>>>> <abbr class="country-name" title="UK">United Kingdom</abbr>
>>>> when I want a country code.
>>> That looks like abuse of the "abbr" tag, to me.
>>> Andy Mabbett
> Nic Ferrier
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