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Get started by adding support for microformats to your website, services, and products.
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- add h-card to your contact info page
- add h-card+XFN to your friends list or blog roll
- add your website and contact page to the list of examples in the wild
If you have a blog:
- Contact info. Every company or organization has a contact or about page of some sort on their website. Read h-card-authoring and add h-card to the contact/about pages along with "Add to address book" links for each h-card.
- Employee directory. If your company has a page listing employees or others that belong to the organization, add h-card to the listings or search results.
- add those pages with h-cards to the list of examples in the wild
Use hCalendar anywhere on the website that publishes event information. Start with the hCalendar creator.
If your organization publishes its history, mark up the events noted with hCalendar, thus allowing anybody to build a dynamic timeline application with your history.
Does your company make any products that generate HTML?
- Make sure such products generate POSH and whenever possible, the appropriate microformats.
- Then add those products to the Microformats Implementations page.
Wondering how to use microformats in an enterprise scenario?
Any publication of information about people, events, reviews etc. could benefit from being marked up with h-card, hCalendar, and hReview respectively.
- Do you have an explicit copyright license on your content? Then markup the link to your license with rel="license".
- Do you publish social network / relationship info? Then mark that up with XFN.
- Are you tagging things? Then use rel="tag" (for your own stuff) or xFolk RC1 (for tagging any URL).
- Are you publishing lists or outlines? Then use XOXO 1.0: Extensible Open XHTML Outlines.
- Do you publish reviews? Then use hReview 0.4 (in progress).
- Start with the hReview creator.
- Do you publish press releases? Then use hAtom.
Once you have added microformats support to your website and helped your company and organization do so as well:
- Advocate the use and support of microformats on other sites as well.
And here are a few more tips:
- Class for meaning not for show
- Semantic XHTML
- Meaningful XHTML
- Real World Semantics
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