Re: SPAM-LOW: Re: VisibleMetadata

Alexander Graf wrote:
> Visible metadata follow the DRY Principle (Wikipedia, as always, has 
> more). The benefit is that you
> don't have to edit data in two places at the same time. Trust has its 
> part too. But read more on Wikipedia...
That is true only part of the time. There is a good amount of potential 
invisible metadata that would not be duplicated in the visible HTML. For 
example, a <link> header that identified support for a particular set of 
classes and ids would not be duplicated metadata but would be invisible.

-Mike Schinkel -
"It never ceases to amaze how many people will proactively debate away attempts to improve the web..."

Received on Wednesday, 28 March 2007 05:32:27 UTC