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February 22, 2007

Semantics in HTML part II

A few weeks back I posted the first in a series of articles in "semantics in HTML", trying to look a ittle more deeply into what semantics in relation to HTML actually means, where we get it from, and where it might come from in future.

I've just posted Part II, Semantics in HTML Part II - standardizing vocabularies, which mostly focusses on microformats, and the kind of semantics they bring to HTML, as well as the mechanisms microformats use to do this.

Hope you might find it useful in some way.

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