[Microid] microid scope
fred at metalab.unc.edu
Wed Jan 3 12:58:02 EST 2007
On Wed, 3 Jan 2007, Peter Saint-Andre wrote:
> Ah, to top-post or to bottom-post, that is the question! :-)
Ugh for real ;)
> Well, it does get tricky. What if we have this?
> <meta name='microid' content='foo'/>
> <h1>The Foo Page!</h1>
> <div class='microid-bar'>
> <h2>The Bar Area!</h2>
> <p class='microid-baz'>Hey Bar, I like your area!</p>
> Confusing, eh?
> So the relevant claim is always that of the nearest containing element in the
Yes - that makes sense. And I mean....we could say that the whole page
container could go in html, though I'm sure that would break all sorts of
validation. So maybe can position the meta whole page claim as a "middle
ground" exception. AFAIK it is really the only exception we need to make.
>> On Wed, 3 Jan 2007, Terrell Russell wrote:
>>> There seems a need for a Scope section... or at least a statement about
>>> the scope of authorship being 'declared/claimed' for each use-case in
>>> section 7.
>>> Here's a stab...
>>> The MicroID declares authorship/ownership of the content 'beneath' it in
>>> the Document Object Model, and nothing more. A MicroID present in the
>>> <meta/> tag specifies a claim for the entire page. A MicroID present in
>>> a <div></div> specifies a claim for only the content residing within
>>> that subset of the page.
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