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Revision as of 16:34, 30 June 2011

This page arised from the need of marking up with microformats the spoken languages of people around the world towards likely a property for expressing languages-spoken. Organizations also have official languages accepted within their businesses.


From a private / logged-in URL presumably:

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 Knows English, French


E.g. http://www.okcupid.com/profile/jess_z

text: "Speaks English (Fluently)"

markup fragment:

<dd id="ajax_languages"> English (Fluently) </dd>

Sothebys International Realty

E.g. http://www.sothebysrealty.com/eng/office/180-b-526-4000476/kurfiss-sotheby-s-international-realty

text: "Languages"

markup fragment:

<dl class="group">
 <dt>Languages: </dt>
 <dd>English, </dd>
 <dd> French, </dd>
 <dd> German, </dd>
 <dd> Italian, </dd>
 <dd> Spanish, </dd>
 <dd> Ukrainian</dd>

... more examples ...

see also