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== [http://www.royalpalmshotel.com/ Royal Palms Hotel] ==
 
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On the [http://www.royalpalmshotel.com/weather.php web page] with detailed weather.
 
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Revision as of 00:18, 18 November 2006

Measure Examples

This page collects examples of measures on the Web.

eBay

Search for "feet", "mpg", "mph", "sec" on eBay, you will find examples similar to the following ones:

<h1 class="itemTitle">S-Video TV Out 1.5m 5 Feet Extension S Video DVD Cable</h1>
<li>Measures 60" (1.5m) long</li>
<li>Extend your S-video cable by 1.5m long</li>
<DIV><BR><STRONG>Power:<BR></STRONG>
<LI>620 hp @ 5,200 rpm 
<LI>650 lb-ft @ 4,000 rpm <BR><BR><B>Performance:</B> 
<LI>0 - 60 mph: 3.7 sec. * </LI></DIV>
<DIV>
<LI>1/4 mile: 12.1 sec. @ 114 mph</LI></DIV>
<DIV>

Royal Palms Hotel

  • Use of "hightemp" as class name
  • Link to a page with detailed weather
<div id="nav-weather-footer">
   Local Time: <span id="localtime">11:52 am</span><br />Local Temp: <a href="weather.php"><span class="hightemp">88F/31</span>C</a>	</div>

On the web page with detailed weather.

  • Use of "temp" as class name
  • Use of "high" for high temperature (this would be more relevant for a weather forecast microformat)
  • Use of "low" for low temperature (this would be more relevant for a weather forecast microformat)
<td class="temp">
   <br/>
   Rain Showers Likely
   <div class="high">Hi: 88°F</div>
   <div class="low">Lo: 67°F</div>
</td>