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Microformats at Stanford

One of several microformats events.



Microformats at Stanford is a presentation being held at the Stanford University, on Friday, March 23rd, 2007 from noon-1pm in Stanford, California.

A Q&A session will immediately follow Tantek's presentation.


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Session Description

SU Webmasters invites Stanford students/faculty/staff to a presentation by Tantek Çelik on Microformats.

"Designed for humans first and machines second, microformats are a set of simple, open data formats built upon existing and widely adopted standards." --

"Microformats are about using the standards we all know and love to convey as much semantic meaning as possible. Think of them as semantic best practices. They use current XHTML tags such as address, cite, and blockquote and attributes such as rel, rev, and title to create semantically appropriate blocks of code. Microformats are great because they are both usable and elegant—and all you need to do to get started with them is familiarize yourself with the best ways to apply the tags and attributes you already use." --


Please note that due to space considerations, attendance is limited to current Stanford students/faculty/staff.

Please add your name here if you are attending this session, speaking or not.

Session Notes


Session Comments and Q&A


See Photos tagged microformats-stanford2007 on Flickr.

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