As you progress through the book, the microformats you encounter will become increasingly more complex. In the last chapter, you learned about link microformats, and their use of the
rev attributes of HTML. The chapter ended with a discussion of VoteLinks, which, unlike the previous formats you saw, allows multiple values on the
This chapter looks at another, even more complex link microformat: XFN, or XHTML Friends Network. I start out with an overview of XFN before moving on to examine how to use it. You'll then see some examples of XFN in action and how to style XFN content with CSS.
XHTML Friends Network (XFN) is a microformat that in fact predates ...