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From: Ian Hickson via cvs-syncmail <cvsmail@w3.org>
Date: Fri, 16 Oct 2009 20:45:39 +0000
To: public-html-commits@w3.org
Message-Id: <E1MytgH-0004NC-5W@lionel-hutz.w3.org>
Update of /sources/public/html5/spec
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Modified Files:
	Overview.html 
Log Message:
Remove reversed DNS label support from microdata. (whatwg r4152)

Index: Overview.html
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RCS file: /sources/public/html5/spec/Overview.html,v
retrieving revision 1.3300
retrieving revision 1.3301
diff -u -d -r1.3300 -r1.3301
--- Overview.html	16 Oct 2009 20:14:46 -0000	1.3300
+++ Overview.html	16 Oct 2009 20:45:30 -0000	1.3301
@@ -392,9 +392,8 @@
      <li><a href="#colors"><span class="secno">2.4.6 </span>Colors</a></li>
      <li><a href="#space-separated-tokens"><span class="secno">2.4.7 </span>Space-separated tokens</a></li>
      <li><a href="#comma-separated-tokens"><span class="secno">2.4.8 </span>Comma-separated tokens</a></li>
-     <li><a href="#reversed-dns-identifiers"><span class="secno">2.4.9 </span>Reversed DNS identifiers</a></li>
-     <li><a href="#syntax-references"><span class="secno">2.4.10 </span>References</a></li>
-     <li><a href="#mq"><span class="secno">2.4.11 </span>Media queries</a></ol></li>
+     <li><a href="#syntax-references"><span class="secno">2.4.9 </span>References</a></li>
+     <li><a href="#mq"><span class="secno">2.4.10 </span>Media queries</a></ol></li>
    <li><a href="#urls"><span class="secno">2.5 </span>URLs</a>
     <ol>
      <li><a href="#terminology-0"><span class="secno">2.5.1 </span>Terminology</a></li>
@@ -4143,47 +4142,7 @@
 
    <li><p>Return <var title="">tokens</var>.</li>
 
-  </ol></div><h4 id="reversed-dns-identifiers"><span class="secno">2.4.9 </span>Reversed DNS identifiers</h4><p>A <dfn id="valid-reversed-dns-identifier">valid reversed DNS identifier</dfn> is a string that
-  consists of a series of IDNA labels in reverse order (i.e. starting
-  with the top-level domain), the prefix of which, when reversed and
-  converted to ASCII, corresponds to a registered domain. <a href="#refsRFC3490">[RFC3490]</a><p class="example">For instance, the string "<code title="">com.example.xn--74h</code>" is a <a href="#valid-reversed-dns-identifier">valid reversed DNS
-  identifier</a> because the string "<code title="">example.com</code>" is a registered domain.<div class="impl">
-
-  <p>To check if a string is a <a href="#valid-reversed-dns-identifier">valid reversed DNS
-  identifier</a>, conformance checkers must run the following algorithm:</p>
-
-  <ol><li>
-
-    <p>Apply the IDNA ToASCII algorithm to the string, with both the
-    AllowUnassigned and UseSTD3ASCIIRules flags set, but between steps
-    2 and 3 of the general ToASCII/ToUnicode algorithm (i.e. after
-    splitting the domain name into individual labels), reverse the
-    order of the labels.</p>
-
-    <p>If ToASCII fails to convert one of the components of the
-    string, e.g. because it is too long or because it contains invalid
-    characters, then the string is not valid; abort these steps. <a href="#refsRFC3490">[RFC3490]</a></p>
-
-   </li>
-
-   <li>
-
-    <p>Check that the end of the resulting string matches a suffix in
-    the Public Suffix List, and that there is at least one domain
-    label before the matching substring. If it does not, or if there
-    is not, then the string is not valid; abort these steps. <a href="#refsPSL">[PSL]</a></p>
-
-   </li>
-
-   <li>
-
-    <p>Check that the domain name up to the label before the prefix
-    that was matched in the previous string is a registered domain
-    name.</p>
-
-   </li>
-
-  </ol></div><h4 id="syntax-references"><span class="secno">2.4.10 </span>References</h4><p>A <dfn id="valid-hash-name-reference">valid hash-name reference</dfn> to an element of type <var title="">type</var> is a string consisting of a U+0023 NUMBER SIGN
+  </ol></div><h4 id="syntax-references"><span class="secno">2.4.9 </span>References</h4><p>A <dfn id="valid-hash-name-reference">valid hash-name reference</dfn> to an element of type <var title="">type</var> is a string consisting of a U+0023 NUMBER SIGN
   character (#) followed by a string which exactly matches the value
   of the <code title="">name</code> attribute of an element in the
   document with type <var title="">type</var>.<div class="impl">
@@ -4215,7 +4174,7 @@
    maybe they just don't know about combining dot above?
    -->
 
-  </ol></div><h4 id="mq"><span class="secno">2.4.11 </span>Media queries</h4><p>A string is a <dfn id="valid-media-query">valid media query</dfn> if it matches the
+  </ol></div><h4 id="mq"><span class="secno">2.4.10 </span>Media queries</h4><p>A string is a <dfn id="valid-media-query">valid media query</dfn> if it matches the
   <code title="">media_query_list</code> production of the Media
   Queries specification. <a href="#refsMQ">[MQ]</a><p>A string <dfn id="matches-the-environment">matches the environment</dfn> of a view if it is
   the empty string, a string consisting of only <a href="#space-character" title="space
@@ -39433,35 +39392,29 @@
   re-used. Microdata is most useful, though, when it is used in
   contexts where other authors and readers are able to cooperate to
   make new uses of the markup.<p>For this purpose, it is necessary to give each <a href="#concept-item" title="concept-item">item</a> a type, such as
-  "com.example.person", or "org.example.cat", or
-  "net.example.band". Types are identified in two ways:<ul class="brief"><li>As <a href="#url" title="URL">URLs</a>.
-
-   <li>As <a href="#valid-reversed-dns-identifier" title="valid reversed DNS identifier">reversed DNS
-   labels</a>.
-
-  </ul><p><a href="#url" title="URL">URLs</a> are self-explanatory. <a href="#valid-reversed-dns-identifier" title="valid reversed DNS identifier">Reversed DNS labels</a> are
-  strings such as "org.example.animals.cat" or "com.example.band".<p>The type for an <a href="#concept-item" title="concept-item">item</a> is given
+  "http://example.com/person", or "http://example.org/cat", or
+  "http://band.example.net/". Types are identified as <a href="#url" title="URL">URLs</a>.<p>The type for an <a href="#concept-item" title="concept-item">item</a> is given
   as the value of an <code title="attr-itemtype"><a href="#attr-itemtype">itemtype</a></code>
   attribute on the same element as the <code title="attr-itemscope"><a href="#attr-itemscope">itemscope</a></code> attribute.<div class="example">
 
-   <p>Here, the item is "org.example.animals.cat":</p>
+   <p>Here, the item is "http://example.org/animals#cat":</p>
 
-<pre>&lt;section itemscope itemtype="org.example.animal.cat"&gt;
+<pre>&lt;section itemscope itemtype="http://example.org/animals#cat"&gt;
  &lt;h1 itemprop="name"&gt;Hedral&lt;/h1&gt;
  &lt;p itemprop="desc"&gt;Hedral is a male american domestic
  shorthair, with a fluffy black fur with white paws and belly.&lt;/p&gt;
  &lt;img itemprop="img" src="hedral.jpeg" alt="" title="Hedral, age 18 months"&gt;
 &lt;/section&gt;</pre>   
 
-   <p>In this example the "org.example.animals.cat" item has three
+   <p>In this example the "http://example.org/animals#cat" item has three
    properties, a "name" ("Hedral"), a "desc" ("Hedral is..."), and an
    "img" ("hedral.jpeg").</p>
 
   </div><p>An item can only have one type. The type gives the context for
   the properties, thus defining a vocabulary: a property named "class"
-  given for an item with the type "com.example.census.person" might
+  given for an item with the type "http://census.example/person" might
   refer to the economic class of an individual, while a property named
-  "class" given for an item with the type "com.example.school.teacher"
+  "class" given for an item with the type "http://example.com/school/teacher"
   might refer to the classroom a teacher has been assigned.<h4 id="global-identifiers-for-items"><span class="secno">5.1.4 </span>Global identifiers for items</h4><p><i>This section is non-normative.</i><p>Sometimes, an <a href="#concept-item" title="concept-item">item</a> gives
   information about a topic that has a global identifier. For example,
   books can be identified by their ISBN number.<p>Vocabularies (as identified by the <code title="attr-itemtype"><a href="#attr-itemtype">itemtype</a></code> attribute) can be designed
@@ -39505,59 +39458,53 @@
   ad-hoc vocabulary is adequate. For others, a vocabulary will need to
   be designed. Where possible, authors are encouraged to re-use
   existing vocabularies, as this makes content re-use easier.<p>When designing new vocabularies, identifiers can be created
-  either using <a href="#url" title="URL">URLs</a>, <a href="#valid-reversed-dns-identifier" title="valid
-  reversed DNS identifier">reversed DNS labels</a>, or, for
-  properties, as plain words (with no dots or colons). For URLs,
-  conflicts with other vocabularies can be avoided by only using
-  identifiers that correspond to pages that the author has control
-  over. Similarly, for reversed DNS labels conflicts can be avoided by
-  using a domain name that the author has control over, or by using
-  suffixes that correspond to the path components of pages that the
-  author has control over.<div class="example">
+  either using <a href="#url" title="URL">URLs</a>, or, for properties, as
+  plain words (with no dots or colons). For URLs, conflicts with other
+  vocabularies can be avoided by only using identifiers that
+  correspond to pages that the author has control over.<div class="example">
 
    <p>For instance, if Jon and Adam both write content at <code title="">example.com</code>, at <code title="">http://example.com/jon/...</code> and <code title="">http://example.com/adam/...</code> respectively, then they
-   could select identifiers of the form "com.example.jon.name" and
-   "com.example.adam.name" respectively.</p>
+   could select identifiers of the form "http://example.com/~jon/name" and
+   "http://example.com/~adam/name" respectively.</p>
 
   </div><p>Properties whose names are just plain words can only be used
   within the context of the types for which they are intended;
-  properties named using URLs or reversed DNS labels can be reused in
-  items of any type. If an item has no type, and is not part of
-  another item, then if its properties have names that are just plain
-  words, they are not intended to be globally unique, and are instead
-  only intended for limited use. Generally speaking, authors are
-  encouraged to use either properties with globally unique names
-  (URLs, reversed DNS labels) or ensure that their items are
-  typed.<div class="example">
+  properties named using URLs can be reused in items of any type. If
+  an item has no type, and is not part of another item, then if its
+  properties have names that are just plain words, they are not
+  intended to be globally unique, and are instead only intended for
+  limited use. Generally speaking, authors are encouraged to use
+  either properties with globally unique names (URLs) or ensure that
+  their items are typed.<div class="example">
 
-   <p>Here, an item is an "org.example.animals.cat", and most of the
+   <p>Here, an item is an "http://example.org/animals#cat", and most of the
    properties have names that are words defined in the context of that
    type. There are also a few additional properties whose names come
    from other vocabularies.</p>
 
-<pre>&lt;section itemscope itemtype="org.example.animal.cat"&gt;
- &lt;h1 itemprop="name com.example.fn"&gt;Hedral&lt;/h1&gt;
+<pre>&lt;section itemscope itemtype="http://example.org/animals#cat"&gt;
+ &lt;h1 itemprop="name http://example.com/fn"&gt;Hedral&lt;/h1&gt;
  &lt;p itemprop="desc"&gt;Hedral is a male american domestic
  shorthair, with a fluffy &lt;span
- itemprop="com.example.color"&gt;black&lt;/span&gt; fur with &lt;span
- itemprop="com.example.color"&gt;white&lt;/span&gt; paws and belly.&lt;/p&gt;
+ itemprop="http://example.com/color"&gt;black&lt;/span&gt; fur with &lt;span
+ itemprop="http://example.com/color"&gt;white&lt;/span&gt; paws and belly.&lt;/p&gt;
  &lt;img itemprop="img" src="hedral.jpeg" alt="" title="Hedral, age 18 months"&gt;
 &lt;/section&gt;</pre>   
 
-   <p>This example has one item with the type "org.example.animal.cat"
+   <p>This example has one item with the type "http://example.org/animals#cat"
    and the following properties:</p>
 
    <table><thead><tr><td>Property
       <td>Value
     <tbody><tr><td>name
       <td>Hedral
-     <tr><td>com.example.fn
+     <tr><td>http://example.com/fn
       <td>Hedral
      <tr><td>desc
       <td>Hedral is a male american domestic shorthair, with a fluffy black fur with white paws and belly.
-     <tr><td>com.example.color
+     <tr><td>http://example.com/color
       <td>black
-     <tr><td>com.example.color
+     <tr><td>http://example.com/color
       <td>white
      <tr><td>img
       <td>.../hedral.jpeg
@@ -39578,7 +39525,7 @@
    to obtain a list of all the top-level microdata items of one type
    given in the document:</p>
 
-   <pre>var cats = document.getItems("com.example.feline");</pre>
+   <pre>var cats = document.getItems("http://example.com/feline");</pre>
 
   </div><p>Once an element representing an <a href="#concept-item" title="concept-item">item</a> has been obtained, its properties
   can be extracted using the <code title="dom-properties"><a href="#dom-properties">properties</a></code> IDL attribute. This
@@ -39589,11 +39536,11 @@
   with that name.<p>Each element that adds a property also has a <code title="dom-itemValue"><a href="#dom-itemvalue">itemValue</a></code> IDL attribute that returns
   its value.<div class="example">
 
-   <p>This sample gets the first item of type "net.example.user" and
+   <p>This sample gets the first item of type "http://example.net/user" and
    then pops up an alert using the "name" property from
    that item.</p>
 
-   <pre>var user = document.getItems('net.example.user')[0];
+   <pre>var user = document.getItems('http://example.net/user')[0];
 alert('Hello ' + user.properties['name'][0].content + '!');</pre>
 
   </div><p>The <code><a href="#htmlpropertycollection">HTMLPropertyCollection</a></code> object, when indexed by
@@ -39603,12 +39550,12 @@
   values at once using <em>its</em> <code title="dom-PropertyNodeList-values"><a href="#dom-propertynodelist-values">values</a></code> attribute, which
   returns an array of all the values.<div class="example">
 
-   <p>In an earlier example, a "org.example.animals.cat" item had two
-   "com.example.color" values. This script looks up the first such
+   <p>In an earlier example, a "http://example.org/animals#cat" item had two
+   "http://example.com/color" values. This script looks up the first such
    item and then lists all its values.</p>
 
-   <pre>var cat = document.getItems('org.example.animals.cat')[0];
-var colors = cat.properties['com.example.color'].values;
+   <pre>var cat = document.getItems('http://example.com/animals#cat')[0];
+var colors = cat.properties['http://example.com/color'].values;
 var result;
 if (colors.length == 0) {
   result = 'Color unknown.';
@@ -39645,12 +39592,12 @@
 
    <p>If faced with the following from an earlier example:</p>
 
-   <pre>&lt;section itemscope item="org.example.animal.cat"&gt;
- &lt;h1 itemprop="name com.example.fn"&gt;Hedral&lt;/h1&gt;
+   <pre>&lt;section itemscope item="http://example.org/animals#cat"&gt;
+ &lt;h1 itemprop="name http://example.com/fn"&gt;Hedral&lt;/h1&gt;
  &lt;p itemprop="desc"&gt;Hedral is a male american domestic
  shorthair, with a fluffy &lt;span
- itemprop="com.example.color"&gt;black&lt;/span&gt; fur with &lt;span
- itemprop="com.example.color"&gt;white&lt;/span&gt; paws and belly.&lt;/p&gt;
+ itemprop="http://example.com/color"&gt;black&lt;/span&gt; fur with &lt;span
+ itemprop="http://example.com/color"&gt;white&lt;/span&gt; paws and belly.&lt;/p&gt;
  &lt;img itemprop="img" src="hedral.jpeg" alt="" title="Hedral, age 18 months"&gt;
 &lt;/section&gt;</pre>
 
@@ -39658,12 +39605,12 @@
 
    <ul><li>
      <ul><li>name</li>
-      <li>com.example.fn</li>
+      <li>http://example.com/fn</li>
       <li>desc</li>
-      <li>com.example.color</li>
+      <li>http://example.com/color</li>
       <li>img</li>
      </ul></li>
-   </ul><p>(The duplicate occurrence of "com.example.color" is not included
+   </ul><p>(The duplicate occurrence of "http://example.com/color" is not included
    in the list.)</p>
 
   </div><h3 id="encoding-microdata"><span class="secno">5.2 </span>Encoding microdata</h3><h4 id="the-microdata-model"><span class="secno">5.2.1 </span>The microdata model</h4><p>The microdata model consists of groups of name-value pairs known
@@ -39689,13 +39636,11 @@
   not be specified on <code><a href="#itemref">itemref</a></code> elements.<hr><p>Elements with an <code title="attr-itemscope"><a href="#attr-itemscope">itemscope</a></code>
   attribute may have an <dfn id="attr-itemtype" title="attr-itemtype"><code>itemtype</code></dfn> attribute
   specified, to give the <a href="#item-type">item type</a> of the <a href="#concept-item" title="concept-item">item</a>.<p>The <code title="attr-itemtype"><a href="#attr-itemtype">itemtype</a></code> attribute, if
-  specified, must have a value that is either:<ul><li>A <a href="#valid-url">valid URL</a> that is an <a href="#absolute-url">absolute URL</a>
-   for which the string "<code title="">http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml/microdata#</code>" is not a
-   <a href="#prefix-match">prefix match</a>, or</li>
-
-   <li>A <a href="#valid-reversed-dns-identifier">valid reversed DNS identifier</a>.</li>
-
-  </ul><p>The <dfn id="item-type">item type</dfn> of an <a href="#concept-item" title="concept-item">item</a> is the value of its element's <code title="attr-itemtype"><a href="#attr-itemtype">itemtype</a></code> attribute, if it has one and
+  specified, must have a value that is a <a href="#valid-url">valid URL</a> that
+  is an <a href="#absolute-url">absolute URL</a> for which the string "<code title="">http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml/microdata#</code>" is not a
+  <a href="#prefix-match">prefix match</a>.</p><!-- we disallow that prefix so that
+  we have somewhere to put future extensions, e.g. if we ever support
+  short type names --><p>The <dfn id="item-type">item type</dfn> of an <a href="#concept-item" title="concept-item">item</a> is the value of its element's <code title="attr-itemtype"><a href="#attr-itemtype">itemtype</a></code> attribute, if it has one and
   its value is not the empty string. If the <code title="attr-itemtype"><a href="#attr-itemtype">itemtype</a></code> attribute is missing or its
   value is the empty string, the <a href="#concept-item" title="concept-item">item</a> is said to have no <a href="#item-type">item
   type</a>.<p>The <a href="#item-type">item type</a> must be a type defined in an <a href="#other-applicable-specifications" title="other applicable specifications">applicable
@@ -39727,8 +39672,6 @@
    for which the string "<code title="">http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml/microdata#</code>" is not a
    <a href="#prefix-match">prefix match</a>, or</li>
 
-   <li>A <a href="#valid-reversed-dns-identifier">valid reversed DNS identifier</a>, or</li>
-
    <li>If the item is a <a href="#typed-item">typed item</a>: a <dfn id="defined-property-name">defined
    property name</dfn> allowed in this situation according to the
    specification that defines the <a href="#relevant-type">relevant type</a> for the
@@ -40207,13 +40150,18 @@
 
      <li>
 
-      <p>For each token <var title="">token</var> in <var title="">list of tokens</var> that contains neither a U+003A
-      COLON character (:) nor a U+002E FULL STOP character (.),
-      generate the following triple:</p>
+      <p>For each token <var title="">token</var> in <var title="">list of tokens</var> that contains no U+003A COLON
+      characters (:), generate the following triple:</p>
 
       <dl class="triple"><dt>subject   <dd> <a href="#the-document-s-current-address">the document's current address</a>
        <dt>predicate <dd> the concatenation of the string "<code title="">http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml/vocab#</code>" and <var title="">token</var>, with any characters in <var title="">token</var> that are not valid in the &lt;ifragment&gt; production of the IRI syntax being %-escaped <a href="#refsRFC3987">[RFC3987]</a>
        <dt>object    <dd> the <a href="#absolute-url">absolute URL</a> that results from <a href="#resolve-a-url" title="resolve a URL">resolving</a> the value of the element's <code title="">href</code> attribute relative to the element
+      </dl><p>For each token <var title="">token</var> in <var title="">list of tokens</var> that is an <a href="#absolute-url">absolute
+      URL</a>, generate the following triple:</p>
+
+      <dl class="triple"><dt>subject   <dd> <a href="#the-document-s-current-address">the document's current address</a>
+       <dt>predicate <dd> <var title="">token</var>
+       <dt>object    <dd> the <a href="#absolute-url">absolute URL</a> that results from <a href="#resolve-a-url" title="resolve a URL">resolving</a> the value of the element's <code title="">href</code> attribute relative to the element
       </dl></li>
 
     </ol></li>
@@ -40224,12 +40172,21 @@
     that has a <code title="attr-meta-name"><a href="#attr-meta-name">name</a></code> attribute and
     a <code title="attr-meta-content"><a href="#attr-meta-content">content</a></code> attribute, if the
     value of the <code title="attr-meta-name"><a href="#attr-meta-name">name</a></code> attribute
-    contains neither a U+003A COLON character (:) nor a U+002E FULL
-    STOP character (.), generate the following triple:</p>
+    contains no U+003A COLON characters (:), generate the following
+    triple:</p>
 
     <dl class="triple"><dt>subject   <dd> <a href="#the-document-s-current-address">the document's current address</a>
      <dt>predicate <dd> the concatenation of the string "<code title="">http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml/vocab#</code>" and the value of the element's <code title="attr-meta-name"><a href="#attr-meta-name">name</a></code> attribute, <a href="#converted-to-ascii-lowercase">converted to ASCII lowercase</a>, with any characters in the value that are not valid in the &lt;ifragment&gt; production of the IRI syntax being %-escaped <a href="#refsRFC3987">[RFC3987]</a>
-     <dt>object    <dd> the value of the element's <code title="attr-meta-content"><a href="#attr-meta-content">content</a></code> attribute, as a plain literal, with the language information set from the <a href="#language">language</a> of the element, if it is not unknown.
+     <dt>object    <dd> the value of the element's <code title="attr-meta-content"><a href="#attr-meta-content">content</a></code> attribute, as a plain literal, with the language information set from the <a href="#language">language</a> of the element, if it is not unknown
+    </dl><p>For each <code><a href="#meta">meta</a></code> element in the <code>Document</code>
+    that has a <code title="attr-meta-name"><a href="#attr-meta-name">name</a></code> attribute and
+    a <code title="attr-meta-content"><a href="#attr-meta-content">content</a></code> attribute, if the
+    value of the <code title="attr-meta-name"><a href="#attr-meta-name">name</a></code> attribute is
+    an <a href="#absolute-url">absolute URL</a>, generate the following triple:</p>
+
+    <dl class="triple"><dt>subject   <dd> <a href="#the-document-s-current-address">the document's current address</a>
+     <dt>predicate <dd> the value of the element's <code title="attr-meta-name"><a href="#attr-meta-name">name</a></code> attribute
+     <dt>object    <dd> the value of the element's <code title="attr-meta-content"><a href="#attr-meta-content">content</a></code> attribute, as a plain literal, with the language information set from the <a href="#language">language</a> of the element, if it is not unknown
     </dl></li>
 
    <li>
@@ -40279,13 +40236,11 @@
    <a href="#absolute-url">absolute URL</a>, let <var title="">subject</var> be that
    <a href="#global-identifier">global identifier</a>. Otherwise, let <var title="">subject</var> be a new blank node.</li>
 
-   <li><p>Let <var title="">type</var> be the <a href="#item-type">item type</a>
-   of <var title="">item</var>, or the empty string, if <var title="">item</var> has no <a href="#item-type">item type</a>.</li>
-
-   <li><p>If <var title="">type</var> is neither the empty string nor
-   an <a href="#absolute-url">absolute URL</a>, then let <var title="">type</var> be
-   the result of concatenating the string "<code title="">http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml/microdata#</code>" with the <var title="">type</var>, with any characters in <var title="">type</var> that are not valid in the &lt;ifragment&gt;
-   production of the IRI syntax being %-escaped.</li>
+   <li><p>If <var title="">item</var> has an <a href="#item-type">item type</a>
+   and that <a href="#item-type">item type</a> is an <a href="#absolute-url">absolute URL</a>,
+   let <var title="">type</var> be that <a href="#item-type">item
+   type</a>. Otherwise, let <var title="">type</var> be the empty
+   string.</li>
 
    <li>
 
@@ -40337,8 +40292,8 @@
          <dt>object    <dd> <var title="">value</var>
         </dl></dd>
 
-       <dt>If <var title="">name</var> contains neither a U+003A COLON
-       character (:) nor a U+002E FULL STOP character (.)</dt>
+       <dt>If <var title="">name</var> contains no U+003A COLON
+       character (:)</dt>
 
        <dd>
 
@@ -40353,8 +40308,8 @@
          SIGN character (#) to <var title="">predicate</var>.</li>
 
          <li><p>Append a U+003A COLON character (:) to <var title="">predicate</var>.</li> <!-- has to be something
-         not in /name/, so either "." or ":", so that a different
-         type/name combination couldn't generate the same string -->
+         not in /name/, so ":", so that a different type/name
+         combination couldn't generate the same string -->
 
          <li><p>Append the value of <var title="">name</var> to <var title="">predicate</var>, with any characters in <var title="">name</var> that are not valid in the &lt;ifragment&gt;
          production of the IRI syntax being %-escaped.</li>
@@ -40370,17 +40325,6 @@
 
         </ol></dd>
 
-       <dt>Otherwise</dt>
-
-       <dd>
-
-        <p>Generate the following triple:</p>
-
-        <dl class="triple"><dt>subject   <dd> <var title="">subject</var>
-         <dt>predicate <dd> the concatenation of the string "<code title="">http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml/microdata#</code>" and <var title="">name</var>, with any characters in <var title="">name</var> that are not valid in the &lt;ifragment&gt; production of the IRI syntax being %-escaped <a href="#refsRFC3987">[RFC3987]</a>
-         <dt>object    <dd> <var title="">value</var>
-        </dl></dd>
-
       </dl></li>
 
     </ol></li>
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