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- Thomas 'PointedEars' Lahn
March 6, 2010, 9:26 am
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Garrett Smith wrote:
Obviously not. XHTML 2 is dead/dying (or never really came alive, whatever
you prefer); (X)HTML 5 is somewhat alive, but a prematurity (and we can
only hope it develops considerably before it's too late).
The example for (X)HTML 2/5 there also does not make any sense: What does
the *user* need to care about the profile used for *markup attributes* by
the author? (That `rel' attribute value belongs in a `link' element only,
if that. [Microformats are semantically wrong.])
One rather wonders where you get your wisdom from. So far I have only
found indication that regarding markup Google will only consider META
<meta name="robots" content="noindex">
<meta name="robots" content="nofollow">
and A elements
<a href="..." rel="nofollow">...</a>
<a href="..." rel="nofollow me">...</a>
<a href="..." rel="me nofollow">...</a>
In any case, I would prefer using a robots.txt instead, so that I can
manage all robot-related directives in one file.
F'up2 ciwah, although ciwam might be better suited
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