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Microformats: Empowering Your Markup for Web 2.0 by John Allsopp

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9 REVIEW AND RESUMEMICROFORMATS: HREVIEWAND HRESUME

So far, all the microformats presented in this book have been at what's termed the specification stage. To reach this stage, according to the microformats process (which we'll discuss in more detail in Chapter 13), a format "should be stable enough so that developers can pick it up and write to it." Before a microformat reaches this stage, but is still sufficiently advanced in development, it is considered to be in draft stage.

In this chapter, we'll look at two draft microformats that are quite stable, advanced, and well used. These microformats, one for reviews and one for resumes, illustrate the principles and practices you've seen before and build on them nicely. They differ in one significant ...

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