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New! schema.org lets you mark up a much wider range of item types on your pages, using a vocabulary that Google, Microsoft, and Yahoo! can all understand.
short URL http://ufs.cc/w/hcarda This page contains useful tips and guidelines for how to author hCards , either from scratch, or by adding markup to existing content.
One of many sets of hCard examples in the wild . Welcome! If you have an account on any of the following services, you already have an hCard which you can provide to other services to import or subscribe your profile information. The ability to syndicate your profile from the service of your choice is a key component of social-network-portability . short URL
The value-class-pattern solves two of the three most challenging issues that microformats have encountered in their entire history: accessibility and localization. After many long months of focused iterating (repeatedly researching, brainstorming, testing, documenting) led by Ben Ward , the value-class-pattern alpha draft is ready to use and support. Publish and implement
This page is an informative section of the hCard specification . The following sites have published hCards , and thus are a great place to start for anyone looking for examples "in the wild" for inspiration, or try parsing and indexing. new and uncategorized examples Have hCard? If you have a site with hCard(s), add it to the top of this list.
Get started by adding support for microformats to your website, services, and products. introduction Microformats are based on simple markup conventions that enable you to add meaningful structure to your web content. One of the key principles of microformats, is to privilege human readable content.