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An elemental [[microformats|microformat]] is a minimal solution to a single problem, built from standard XHTML elements. It is designed to be incorporated within webpages, and to act as a building block for larger [[compound-microformat|compound microformats]].
 
An elemental [[microformats|microformat]] is a minimal solution to a single problem, built from standard XHTML elements. It is designed to be incorporated within webpages, and to act as a building block for larger [[compound-microformat|compound microformats]].
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They generally use a single <code>class</code> or <code>rel</code> attribute.
  
 
Current examples are:
 
Current examples are:

Revision as of 13:52, 30 August 2007

An elemental microformat is a minimal solution to a single problem, built from standard XHTML elements. It is designed to be incorporated within webpages, and to act as a building block for larger compound microformats.

They generally use a single class or rel attribute.

Current examples are:

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