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Ashton McAllan marks up her preferred pronouns as:
Ashton McAllan marks up her preferred pronouns as:
<source lang=html4strict>
<source lang=html4strict>
<span class="p-pronouns">she/her/hers</span>
<span class="p-x-pronoun-nominative">she</span>/<span class="p-x-pronoun-oblique">her</span>/<span class="p-x-pronoun-posessive">hers</span>
</source>
</source>
in her [[h-card]] on http://acegiak.net/
in her [[h-card]] on http://acegiak.net/


They are listed as a single field there in the subject/object/possessive format because that is a standard formation in English but the format used for stating pronoun sets may be different in other languages.
Each pronoun is listed individually with it's form allowing parsers and programs to identify them for different uses. Other languages may include different forms of pronoun.
 
Note that [[microformats2]] uses singular property names, thus another alternative may be to mark them up separately as singulars:
<source lang=html4strict>
<span class="p-x-pronoun-subject">she</span> /
<span class="p-x-pronoun-object">her</span> /
<span class="p-x-pronoun-possessive">hers</span>
</source>


== See Also ==
== See Also ==
* [[h-card]]
* [[h-card]]
* [[hcard-brainstorming]] - for additional proposals to bring forth to h-card
* [[hcard-brainstorming]] - for additional proposals to bring forth to h-card

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<entry-title>h-card Brainstorming </entry-title> This page is for brainstorming about various uses, details of, and additions to h-card.

This page contains proposals. For the current state please see h-card.

Brainstorm proposals that illustrate how to use the existing hCard spec will likely be incorporated into existing hCard documentation such as:

Explorations

Add new explorations here as === === triple level headings

Preferred Pronouns

Ashton McAllan marks up her preferred pronouns as:

<span class="p-x-pronoun-nominative">she</span>/<span class="p-x-pronoun-oblique">her</span>/<span class="p-x-pronoun-posessive">hers</span>

in her h-card on http://acegiak.net/

Each pronoun is listed individually with it's form allowing parsers and programs to identify them for different uses. Other languages may include different forms of pronoun.

See Also