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    • MICROFORMATS By VENKATESWARAN P
    • Introduction
      • Designed for humans first and machines second, microformats are a set of simple, open data formats built upon existing and widely adopted standards. Instead of throwing away what works today, microformats intend to solve simpler problems first by adapting to current behaviors and usage patterns
    • Microformats
      • Definition
        • Microformats are small patterns of HTML to represent commonly published things like people, events, blog posts, reviews and tags in web pages.
        • Microformats enable the publishing of higher fidelity information on the Web; the fastest and simplest way to provide feeds and APIs for the information in your website.
    • Micoformats Are Not
      •   A new language.
      • Infinitely extensible and open-ended
      • An attempt to get everyone to change their behavior and rewrite their tools.
      • A whole new approach that throws away what already works today.
      • A panacea for all taxonomies, ontologies, and other such abstractions.
      •  
    • The Microformats Principles
      •  
      • Solve a specific problem.
      • Start as simple as possible.
      • Design for humans first, machines second
      • Reuse building blocks from widely adopted standards.
      • Modularity / embed ability.
      • Enable and encourage. decentralized 
    • Tag Attributes
      • Three important attributes:
      • class  - Allows developers to identify similar elements across several Web documents
      • rel  - Describes the relationship of a linked document to the current document
      • rev  - Describes the reverse of rel: The relationship of the current document to a linked document
    • Application
      • hCard ,XFN
      • hCalendar
      • rel-license
      • rel-tag
      • Xoxo
    • hCard
      • <address>
      •        <p> Sir Pochkhanwala Road, </p>
      •        <p> Mumbai, </p>
      •      <p> Maharashtra  </p>
      •      <p>107</p>
      • </address>
    • hCard Microformats
      • <address class=&quot;adr&quot;>
      •      <p class =&quot;street - address&quot;> Sir Pochkhanwala Road </p>
      •      <p class =&quot;locality&quot; >  Mumbai  </p>
      •      <p class =&quot;region&quot;>  Maharashtra   </p>
      •      <p class=&quot;postal-code&quot;> 107 </p>
      • </address>
    •  
      •   Sir Pochkhanwala Road, Worli Mumbai, Maharashtra 107
    • Map the Location  
    • Orc Site
    • Operator Toolbar
    •   Mapping
    • hCalendar
    • Drafts
              • Adr 
              • geo
              • hAtom 
              • hAudio
              • hMedia 
              • hProduct
              • hRecipe 
              • hResume 
      • hReview 
      • creator
      • rel-directory 
      • rel-enclosure 
      • rel-home 
      • rel-payment
      • robots exclusion
      • xFolk
    • Conclusion
      • The microformats are going to change the working of web search engines and make the user to find the data what they are looking for much faster then before.
    • Thank You!