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|DCMI Metadata Terms
||This document is an up-to-date specification of all metadata terms maintained by the Dublin Core Metadata Initiative, including elements, element refinements, encoding schemes, and vocabulary terms (the DCMI Type Vocabulary).
|Expressing Dublin Core...
||Expressing Dublin Core in HTML/XHTML meta and link elements: This document describes how Dublin Core metadata can be encoded in HTML/XHTML <meta> and <link> elements.
|Dublin Core Metadata Element Set
||Dublin Core Metadata Element Set, Version 1.1: Reference Description: This document is the reference description, version 1.1 of the Dublin Core Metadata Element Set. This document supersedes the Dublin Core Metadata Element Set, version 1.0. See the Dublin Core Home Page (http://dublincore.org) for further information about the workshops, reports, working group papers, projects, and new developments concerning the Dublin Core Metadata Element set.
|XHTML Metainformation Module
||The Metainformation Module defines an element that describes information within the declarative portion of a document (in XHTML within the head element).
|XHTML 1.0 reference with examples
||Introduction: XHTML 1.0 standard (Second Edition) is a reformulation of HTML 4 as an XML 1.0 application. The indexes and most examples (with some editing) were extracted from the HTML 4.01 standard and XHTML 1.0 DTD's. (The revision from 1 August 2002 included).
|10 Questions about meta data
||Before you close your next <HEAD> element, you should spend some time describing your page using meta tags. Style sheets work to separate the formatting of your page from the structure of the page. But when you turn to meta data, you will have to step back even further from the page and look at your document as a whole. What can you say about the document?
| A Reformulation of HTML 4 in XML 1.0
|| XHTML™ 1.0 The Extensible HyperText Markup Language (Second Edition) W3C Recommendation 26 January 2000, revised 1 August 2002
||Specifying meta data; The META element; The global structure of an HTML document
||Metadata in Web pages often doesn't get updated when the pages get updated.
||Semantic Typography: Bridging the XHTML gap. In the Web Standards community we hear the words 'Semantic Markup' thrown around a lot as a concept—the right thing to do— but I know a lot of designers who are trying to learn this stuff are being confused by the whole 'semantic thing'...
|Platform for Internet Content Selection (PICS)
||The PICS specification enables labels (metadata) to be associated with Internet content. It was originally designed to help parents and teachers control what children access on the Internet, but it also facilitates other uses for labels, including code signing and privacy. The PICS platform is one on which other rating services and filtering software have been built.
|Quick Start Your Design with XHTML Templates
||Today, I’m going to give you a peak at some templates I use in my workflow to help me get a running start on new web development projects. In addition to the XHTML templates, I’ll go over some CSS templates and some XHTML markup examples I’ve made to help me create style guides for various sites.