public marks

PUBLIC MARKS from fredbird with tags xhtml & xml

October 2006

OpenSearch

by 4 others
OpenSearch is a collection of simple formats for the sharing of search results. The OpenSearch description document format can be used to describe a search engine so that it can be used by search client applications. The OpenSearch response elements can be used to extend existing syndication formats, such as RSS and Atom, with the extra metadata needed to return search results.

June 2006

A9.com > OpenSearch

by 9 others (via)
OpenSearch is a set of simple formats for the sharing of search results. Any website that has a search feature can make their results available in OpenSearch™ format. Other tools can then read those search results. For example, here is an aggregator that brings together search results from many websites:

January 2006

ongoing · Don’t Invent XML Languages

by 4 others
Here’s a radical idea: don’t even think of making your own language until you’re sure that you can’t do the job using one of the Big Five: XHTML, DocBook, ODF, UBL, and Atom.

June 2005

The Community Engine Blog: xFolk Entry 0.4 — Microformat for decentralized tagging

by 9 others
xFolk Entry 0.4 is a new iteration of the xFolk microformat that is extremely easy to implement. It enables the publication of tagged bookmarks so that they can be harvested on the web and aggregated into folksonomies. As such, xFolk eliminates the need to rely on centralized data repositories to create folksonomies.

May 2005

Jesse Ruderman » Valid XHTML user script

by 2 others
The Valid XHTML user script is an adaptation of the blogidate XML well-formedness bookmarklet. It shows a line of text under each textarea indicating whether the text is well-formed XHTML.

April 2005

Traductions françaises des documents du W3C

by 13 others (via)
Liste des traductions françaises disponibles des documents du W3C