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[Bug 10160] Jack Bauer’s name is a poor example of using meta, as the content is already present

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--- Comment #1 from Oli Studholme <w3.org@boblet.net>  2010-07-14 07:38:59 ---
As Jack’s name is already in the content, it would be better to mark it up
directly:

<h1 itemprop="fn n"><span itemprop="given-name">Jack</span> <span
itemprop="family-name">Bauer</span></h1>

An alternative <meta> example might be:

<div itemprop="n" lang="ja">
  <meta itemprop="given-name" content="ジャック">
  <meta itemprop="family-name" content="バウアー">
 </div>

Or:

<meta itemprop="education" content="Master of Science degree in Criminology and
Law">

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