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Profiles are referenced in (X)HTML files in the <HEAD> tag, e.g.:
The author believes this profile provides a set of class attribute values sufficient to be used in working implementations of xFolk. The profile may be incomplete and is subject to change as xFolk evolves.
<dl class="profile"> <dt id="class">class</dt> <dd> <p>[http://www.w3.org/TR/html401/struct/global.html#adef-class HTML4 definition of the 'class' attribute]. This meta data profile defines some 'class' attribute values (class names) and their meanings as suggested by a [http://www.w3.org/TR/WD-htmllink-970328#profile" draft of "Hypertext Links in HTML"]:</p> <dl> <dt id="xfolkentry">xfolkentry</dt> <dd>Indicates a container element for an xFolk entry. An xFolk entry indicates one bookmark with supporting metadata that the user wants to have aggregated into a folksonomy. The xfolkentry class attribute value is usually applied to <div>, <ul>, <ol>, <dt>, <p> or <span> elements. xFolk elements contained in an xfolkentry may be nested at an arbitrary depth.</dd> <dt id="taggedlink">taggedlink</dt> <dd>An <a> tag of class taggedlink indicates the URL of the item the xFolk entry bookmarks. One and only one <a> element of class taggedlink must occur within each element of class xfolkentry. The title of the bookmark is in order of availability: (1) the value of an optional title attribute; (2) The value of the <a> element itself.</dd> <dt id="description">description</dt> <dd>A further description of the xFolk entry. Typically applied to <dd>, <li>, <p>, and <span> elements. Elements of class <code>description</code> are optional and may occur multiply. When multiple elements of class <code>description</code> are present, they are assumed to be in document order.</dd> <dt id="extended">extended</dt> <dd>A deprecated class value that is equivalent to <code>description</code>.</dd> </dl> </dd> </dl>