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[Bug 10161] Mention <meta content=""> specifically in Microdata’s basic syntax

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--- Comment #1 from Oli Studholme <w3.org@boblet.net>  2010-07-14 07:46:07 ---
While <meta content=""> is in the final example in 5.1.2 The basic syntax, and
is covered directly in 5.2.4 Values, it would be good to formally introduce it
here too.

Given bit rot of invisible data, it would also be nice to include a “best
practice” note (either with the last example in 5.1.2 The basic syntax, or in
a new segment of this covering <meta>) to recommend annotating page content if
the data is already present.

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