This is a first attempt at a meta data profile for blogs. It's meant as a work in progress at this point. Comments are welcome.
This document has been updated! The newer version contains way more coolness.
HTML4 definition of the 'rel' attribute. Here are some additional values.
rev-attribute can be used in a list of pingbacks and trackbacks on a document.
<h1><a href="http://www.domain.com/archive/01.html" rel="permalink">My first blog entry</a></h1> <p>Hey! This is my first podcasting blog entry. It was <a href="http://www.bob.com">Bob</a> who put me up to this whole blogging thing <a href="http://www.bob.com/archive/02.html" rel="cite" title="Bob: Why Blogging Rocks">when he said</a>: </p> <blockquote cite="http://www.bob.com/archive/02.html"><p>Dude, this podcasting stuff rocks!</p></blockquote> <p>So go head and <a href="podcast01.mp3" type="audio/mp3" rel="enclosure">listen to my first podcast</a>!</p> <h2>Comments on this entry</h2> <dl> <dt><a href="http://www.bob.com/" rel="comment">Bob</a> says</dt> <dd><p>Great job.</p></dd> <dt>Pingback from <a href="http://www.dave.com/" rev="cite">Dave's blog - Bob starts podcasting </a></dt> <dd><p>Today Bob started his podcast. It's great to see new people getting drawn in.</p></dd> </dl>
This document (hopefully) conforms to the XMDP format.