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New HTML5 'context' meta tag [suggestion]

From: Chris Leaper <jaboc2kl@googlemail.com>
Date: Thu, 28 Apr 2011 20:27:41 +0100
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To: public-html-comments@w3.org
Hi, i don't know if they're still taking suggestions to add to the new HTML5
spec but i had what i think could be a really good idea.

A new 'context' meta tag to be used to describe the context / genre of the
documents content.

The usage would be similar to that of the old 'keywords' tag but using
contextual keywords such as 'news,sports,fiction,sci-fi,engineering
documentation,blog' etc. etc. - The possibilities are endless, with
potential for libraries of hundreds or even thousands of recognised
contextual keywords to clarify the positioning and content of a document.

With search engine support it could help to make the web an easier place to
both publish, categorise and search for content.

I hope to generate significant interest in this possibility and eventually
get it adopted into the HTML5 spec!

I'd love to hear what people think about this.
Received on Friday, 29 April 2011 08:52:35 GMT

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