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There are a few things which attract many people towards the capital city of Phoenix apart from the 5 C’s, being copper, climate, cotton, citrus, and cotton. Now the 6th C which has left many people spellbound- in ensuring a steadfast global economy- cosmetic surgery. Apart from being the home for many a Fortune 500 companies, some premier electronic giants, and many a fast moving industry leaders, the Arizona capital offer a plethora of avenues for carrying out world class surgeries, which simply leave you spellbound- in terms of visualization of practical results, using a state of the art technology and a sense of surgical acumen- guaranteeing you the benefits from a professional surgeon, some being performed to enhance the symmetry of the face, some being performed to enhance the symmetry of your nose, some being performed to focus on keeping yourself immune from any sort of asymmetric variations, while the rest being focused towards cosmetic appearance and function of the nose.
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<entry-title>Welcome to the microformats wiki!</entry-title>
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For a safe, hassle free and convenient '''[plastic surgery[plastic surgery]]''' for your nose, it needs mentioning that you need to be very selective and rather careful in selecting a good surgeon. The professional judgment and intuition play a pivotal role in this aspect, as there are many Board certified surgeons at various clinics in Phoenix, who assure you the benefits of a state of the art technology.
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'''<dfn>microformats</dfn>''' are HTML for marking up [[h-card|people, organizations]], [[h-event|events]], [[h-adr|locations]], [[h-entry|blog posts]], [[h-product|products]], [[h-review|reviews]], [[h-resume|resumes]], [[h-recipe|recipes]] etc. Sites use microformats to publish a standard API that is consumed and used by [[search engines]], [[browsers]], and other web sites. See [[what-are-microformats]] for more.
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The '''[rhinoplasty[rhinoplasty]]''' has become a hot cake in terms of ensuring world class symmetry for your nose. This can be very well evidenced by the fact that many youngsters who are often found bullied, teased and taunted due to irregular nose symmetry, have found an apt solution for facing the world with a sense of renewed confidence. The fact can be attributed to the recent developments in cosmetic nose surgeries, which have made way for many surgeons to stand out from the crowd- in ensuring the twin benefits of excellence and experience in multi faceted surgeries associated with a better skin symmetry. The power of plastic surgery has aired popularity, when the cosmetic surgery being performed on a young college cheerleader who was desperately in needing a change in nose symmetry due to a victim of being bullied, teased and taunted often at times , has found a new joy of confidence in herself to face the world with challenges.
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* See '''[[microformats2]]''' for a technical overview and summary of how to use microformats on public web pages and for APIs.
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The rhinoplasty or more informally, called the nose job, is regarded as the most popular cosmetic procedures in the US, as one of the top five cosmetic procedures being performed in the USA. There are many reasons to resort to a nose job, or the rhinoplasty. Being regarded as the center of a complex facial component, it can be very well understood to be the center of the face, often projecting the character of the person. For a perfect nose resembles the strong personality traits.
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==Introduction==
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{{main|introduction}}
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This wiki is the central resource of the microformats community and provides microformats authoring guides, references, specifications, drafts, publishing patterns, research, brainstorming, and issue tracking.
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== Get Started==
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{{main|get-started}}
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Get started with microformats:
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* Make sure your pages and web apps use proper ‘[[posh|<abbr title="Plain Old Semantic HTML">POSH</abbr>]]’ <abbr title="HyperText Mark-up Language">HTML</abbr>.
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* Mark-up your contact info with [[h-card]], link to other profiles with [[rel-me]]
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* Mark-up your blog with [[h-entry]]. See https://indieweb.org/ for more
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* Questions? Read the [[faq|frequently asked questions]], ask on [[IRC]]
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* Want to learn more in person? Check out microformats [[events]]
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== How to contribute ==
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Want to join in and contribute?
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* [[get-started|Get started]] by adding microformats to your website, services, and products
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* Join the [[irc|IRC Channel]] to learn and help answer questions.
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* Write a [[testimonial]]
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* Do something on the [[to-do|to do list]].
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* [[Main_Page#microformats_wiki_translations|Translate this microformats wiki into other languages]] to make microformats more accessible to readers of languages around the world.
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* Before proposing any new microformats, make sure your website is [[POSH]], [[get-started|uses existing microformats]], and then read the [[process]].
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This wiki has a number of enhancements to assist development and contributions to microformats. Before you start editing, see the [[wiki-2|wiki introduction page]] for instructions.
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== Specifications ==
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'''[[microformats2]]''' is stable, has a test suite, publishers, and interoperable implementations. Use it on public web pages and developing more parsers and applications.
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Current, stable microformats open standard specifications:
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* [[h-adr]]
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* [[h-card]]
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* [[h-entry]]
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* [[h-event]]
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* [[h-feed]]
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* [[h-geo]]
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* [[h-item]]
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* [[h-listing]]
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* [[h-product]]
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* [[h-recipe]]
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* [[h-resume]]
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* [[h-review]]
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* [[h-review-aggregate]]
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=== rel microformats ===
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Some microformats require only a rel attribute and are widely supported by consuming sites and software.
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* [[rel-author]] - link to the author's home page (from an article)
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* [[rel-enclosure]] - link to attachments (e.g. files) to download and cache
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* [[rel-license]] - licensed content
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* [[rel-nofollow]] - links in untrusted 3rd party content
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* [[rel-tag]] - tag posts and pages by subject
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* [[XFN]] - social relationships and [[rel-me]] links among profiles for the same person
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=== Classic Microformats ===
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In addition use well established classic microformats for the primary subject of a page for legacy [[search engines]] support.
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* [[hatom|hAtom]] - blog posts and other date-stamped content
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* [[hcalendar|hCalendar]] - events
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* [[hcard|hCard]] - people, organizations, contacts
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* [[hlisting|hListing]] - listings for products or services
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* [[hmedia|hMedia]] - media info about images, video, audio
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* [[hproduct|hProduct]] - products
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* [[hrecipe|hRecipe]] - cooking+baking recipes
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* [[hresume|hResume]] - individual resumes and CVs
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* [[hreview|hReview]] - individual reviews and ratings
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* [[hreview-aggregate|hReview-aggregate]] - aggregate reviews and ratings
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* [[adr|adr]] - address location information
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* [[geo|geo]] - latitude &amp; longitude location ([http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WGS84 WGS84] geographic coordinates)
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=== Drafts ===
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Drafts are classic microformats which have varying degrees of support by consuming applications. They are stable and yet still open to change based on consuming application support, per the [[process]] to become specifications.
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* [[hnews|hNews]] - news articles, extension of hAtom
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* [[rel-home]] - link to the homepage of a site
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* [[rel-payment]] - link to a payment mechanism
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* [[XMDP]] - define a microformat vocabulary / profile
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* [[xoxo|XOXO]] - outlines
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''If you're tempted to try your hand at writing a microformat please read '''[[process|the process]]''' page first!'' and then take a look at [[exploratory-discussions]] for details of prior research, analysis of real-world [[examples]], existing formats, and brainstorming of possible new microformats, per the microformats [[process]].
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== Design Patterns ==
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{{design_patterns}} <!-- this can be edited in /wiki/Template:design_patterns -->
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== Archived ==
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Past specifications, drafts, and exploratory discussions which have either lacked (or lost) wide publishing support, implementation, or have been superceded by newer specs (see also [[process#related_issues_questions_regarding_document_stages|when does it make sense to demote a microformat spec]]). These may eventually be retired, deprecated, or reincorporated into other exploratory discussions.
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* [[haudio|hAudio]]
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* [[robots-exclusion|robots exclusion]]
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* [[xfolk|xFolk]] - tagged links
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* [[rel-directory]] - link to web directories
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* [[vote-links|VoteLinks]]
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== Examples ==
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* [[examples-in-the-wild]]
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* [[implementations]]
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* [[zen-garden]]
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== Resources ==
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See [[resources]].
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== User centric development ==
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*[[user-interface]]
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*[[data-portability]]
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*[[social-network-portability]]
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*[http://indiewebcamp.com/ indieweb]
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== Shared work areas ==
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* [[to-do]]
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* [[templates]]
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* [http://microformats.org/wiki/delete pages for deletion] <!-- keep as external link; removes from "what links here" -->
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* [[Special:Specialpages|"Special" wiki pages]]
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* [[year-in-review]]
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== Tools, test cases, additional research ==
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The first place to look for examples, code, and test cases is in the pages for each individual microformat. There are only a few cross-cutting [[tools|tools and services]] that need to process more than one microformat. That section is intended for editors, [[parsers]], [[validators]], test cases, and other information relevant across multiple microformats.
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<span id="microformats_wiki_translations"><span id="microformats_wiki_translations_in_other_languages">&nbsp;</span></span>
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== Microformats wiki translations ==
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You may read and edit microformats articles in many other languages:
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* languages with over 100 articles
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** [[Main_Page-fr|<span lang="fr">Français</span> (French)]] <span lang="fr">{{UpdateMarker-fr}}</span>
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* languages with over 10 articles
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** [[Main_Page-ja|<span lang="ja">日本語</span> (Japanese)]]
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** [[Main_Page-pt-br|<span lang="pt-br">Português</span> (Brazilian Portuguese)]]
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** [[Main_Page-ru|<span lang="ru">Русский</span> (Russian)]]
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* languages with over 2 articles
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** [[Main_Page-cs|<span lang="cs">Česky</span> (Czech)]]
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** [[Main_Page-zh|<span lang="zh">汉语</span> (Chinese)]]
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** [[Main_Page-de|<span lang="de">Deutsch</span> (German)]]
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** [[Main_Page-es|<span lang="es">Español</span> (Spanish)]]
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** [[Main_Page-gl|<span lang="gl">Galego</span> (Galician)]]
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** [[Main_Page-id|<span lang="id">Indonesia</span> (Bahasa Indonesia)]]
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** [[Main_Page-pl|<span lang="pl">Polski</span> (Polish)]]
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** [[Main_Page-ro|<span lang="ro">Română</span> (Romanian)]]
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* languages just started
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** [[Main_Page-ar|<span lang="ar">العربية</span> (Arabic)]]
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** [[Main_Page-fa|<span lang="fa">پارسی</span> (Farsi)]]
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** [[Main_Page-ka|<span lang="ka">ქართული</span> (Georgian)]] {{NewMarker}} <!-- 2013 -->
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** [[Main_Page-it|<span lang="it">Italiano</span> (Italian)]]
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** [[Main_Page-ko|<span lang="ko">한국어</span> (Korean)]]
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** [[Main_Page-th|<span lang="th">ภาษาไทย</span> (Thai)]]
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** [[Main_Page-tr|<span lang="tr">Türkçe</span> (Turkish)]] {{NewMarker}} <!-- 2012-328 -->
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* elsewhere
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**[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microformat Wikipedia's article on microformats] has been translated into a number of languages.
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See also [[other-languages]], and [[how-to-start-new-translation|how-to-start-a-new-translation]].
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== community ==
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<span class="h-card"><strong class="p-name p-org">microformats.org</strong> is <span class="p-note">a community focused on using an empirical (rather than aspirational) [[process]] to research web data & information human publishing behaviors, openly document it on our wiki (<span class="p-url p-uid">http://microformats.org/wiki/</span>), discuss it in [[IRC]] (<span class="p-url">irc://irc.freenode.net/microformats</span>), then brainstorm ideas & proposals based on that research for simple formats based on HTML to interoperably represent that information on the web, incrementally implement, and iterate.</span></span>

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microformats are HTML for marking up people, organizations, events, locations, blog posts, products, reviews, resumes, recipes etc. Sites use microformats to publish a standard API that is consumed and used by search engines, browsers, and other web sites. See what-are-microformats for more.

Contents

Introduction

Main article: introduction

This wiki is the central resource of the microformats community and provides microformats authoring guides, references, specifications, drafts, publishing patterns, research, brainstorming, and issue tracking.

Get Started

Main article: get-started

Get started with microformats:

How to contribute

Want to join in and contribute?

This wiki has a number of enhancements to assist development and contributions to microformats. Before you start editing, see the wiki introduction page for instructions.

Specifications

microformats2 is stable, has a test suite, publishers, and interoperable implementations. Use it on public web pages and developing more parsers and applications.

Current, stable microformats open standard specifications:

rel microformats

Some microformats require only a rel attribute and are widely supported by consuming sites and software.

Classic Microformats

In addition use well established classic microformats for the primary subject of a page for legacy search engines support.

Drafts

Drafts are classic microformats which have varying degrees of support by consuming applications. They are stable and yet still open to change based on consuming application support, per the process to become specifications.

If you're tempted to try your hand at writing a microformat please read the process page first! and then take a look at exploratory-discussions for details of prior research, analysis of real-world examples, existing formats, and brainstorming of possible new microformats, per the microformats process.

Design Patterns

Design patterns are common uses of markup across microformats.

Archived

Past specifications, drafts, and exploratory discussions which have either lacked (or lost) wide publishing support, implementation, or have been superceded by newer specs (see also when does it make sense to demote a microformat spec). These may eventually be retired, deprecated, or reincorporated into other exploratory discussions.

Examples

Resources

See resources.

User centric development

Shared work areas

Tools, test cases, additional research

The first place to look for examples, code, and test cases is in the pages for each individual microformat. There are only a few cross-cutting tools and services that need to process more than one microformat. That section is intended for editors, parsers, validators, test cases, and other information relevant across multiple microformats.

 

Microformats wiki translations

You may read and edit microformats articles in many other languages:

See also other-languages, and how-to-start-a-new-translation.

community

microformats.org is a community focused on using an empirical (rather than aspirational) process to research web data & information human publishing behaviors, openly document it on our wiki (http://microformats.org/wiki/), discuss it in IRC (irc://irc.freenode.net/microformats), then brainstorm ideas & proposals based on that research for simple formats based on HTML to interoperably represent that information on the web, incrementally implement, and iterate.

Welcome to the microformats wiki! was last modified: Monday, April 10th, 2017

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