<!DOCTYPE html …> and Microformats  

By Robert Sayre under microformats on 16. December 2005

Norman Walsh’s post on XMLK reminded of a post I had been meaning to write. I think microformats are a non-backwards compatible, but very practical, variation on XMLK. In this XML subset, HTML named character entities (e.g. &nbsp;) can be resolved without a DTD, having been grandfathered in.

2 Responses to “<!DOCTYPE html …> and Microformats”

  1. metapundit:

    You’re missing a beginning doublequote on that link there…

    comment at 16. December 2005

  2. Robert Sayre:

    fixed, thanks!

    comment at 16. December 2005

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