A Microformat is a bit of syntactic HTML and CSS for the purpose of making data on your webpage readable by both humans and machines. There are currently four popular and well-defined microformats: hCalendar – a description of time based events hCard – business card style information about a person hReview – used to represent ...
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Okay, hopefully you now have a general understanding of what Microformats are. (Hint: If you don’t follow that last link) Now, what can you do with them? I’m going to walk thru a real-world example, and we’ll discuss the tools you’ll need to do so. In this tutorial/example, you are a Denver Nuggets NBA fan, ...
I’ve run an NBA fansite called NuggetsHoops.com since 1995. With equal passions for the Denver Nuggets and web design, I’ve poured a lot of time and effort into the website. Every month, there are more and more “blogs” dedicated to the Denver Nuggets, as their popularity has grown over the past few seasons with the ...