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February 2006

Communications Sector Update : Search Discovery; Extending IE7

by digitalmonkey
"The format for this is to use the <link> element in HTML: <link title="Title" type="application/opensearchdescription+xml" rel="search" href="URL"> "

// @name Google Maps Mousewheel Zooming

by digitalmonkey
// @description Adds support for mousewheel zooming to Google Maps

January 2006

BrainJar.com: Tabs

by digitalmonkey
"In this example, we'll look at using CSS to build a tabbed display. One where the user can click on individual tabs to view different content within the same space".

CommunityWiki: WikiModule

by digitalmonkey
"The wiki module is an extension of RSS 2.0, just like ModWiki is an extension of RSS 1.0".

RDF Site Summary 1.0 Modules: Wiki

by digitalmonkey
"The RSS 1.0 Wiki Module augments the RSS core and Dublin Core module's metadata with channel-level and item-level elements specific to wiki data".

Export pages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

by digitalmonkey
"You can export the text and editing history of a particular page or set of pages wrapped in some XML". e.g. : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special:Export/Wiki

Get 1 Million Plus Wikipedia Articles via RSS with Wikifeeds

by digitalmonkey
"BlinkBits has converted Wikipedia's publicly available xml export into RSS feeds. So now over 1 Million Wikipedia topic titles from 7 different languages are available for you to preview and receive via RSS".

SplogSpot API

by digitalmonkey
"The SplogSpot API enables you to integrate the power of SplogSpot database into your custom application. It provides a simple interface that you can query, results being returned in the XML format".

hPlaylist XMDP Profile

by digitalmonkey
"This document is an XMDP profile for an XHTML playlist format derived from XSPF".

GeoURL Log: RSS feeds - GeoURL (2.0)

by digitalmonkey
"You can add ";format=rss10" to get the /near result in RSS 1.0 format or ";format=rss092" to get it in RSS 0.92 format".

December 2005

rel-directory - Microformats

by digitalmonkey
"By adding rel="directory" to a hyperlink, a page indicates that the destination of the hyperlink is a directory listing containing an entry for the current page. <a href="http://dmoz.org/Computers/Internet/" rel="directory">Computers/Internet</a>".

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