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One of several microformats [[implementations]].
 
WordPress is an [http://wordpress.org/ open source blogging tool], that has been more broadly described as a "state-of-the-art publishing platform" and a content management system ([[cms]]).
 
WordPress is an [http://wordpress.org/ open source blogging tool], that has been more broadly described as a "state-of-the-art publishing platform" and a content management system ([[cms]]).
  

Revision as of 17:49, 15 August 2008

WordPress

One of several microformats Microformats Implementations. WordPress is an open source blogging tool, that has been more broadly described as a "state-of-the-art publishing platform" and a content management system (content management systems).

Adding Microformats Support to WordPress

Become familiar with existing WordPress support for microformats. Then:

Themes

Use a microformats-powered theme, such as:

Plugins

Use a microformats-enabling plugin, such as:

TinyMCE plugins

If you use the TinyMCE plugin, consider also installing the following:

  • TinyMCE hCard - adds a [1] icon in your tinyMCE toolbar that provides a form for creating an hCard contact.
  • TinyMCE hCalendar - adds a new [2] icon in your tinyMCE toolbar that provides a form for creating an hCalendar event.

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