74 results for "alternate"

  • Should we always use the alternate if available?
    [pfefferle] at 2018-08-06 13:21
  • I would love to focus on rel-alternate of mf2 because this will be the easiest
    [pfefferle] at 2018-08-06 13:01
  • pfefferle, thinking about rel-alternate as well
    GWG at 2018-08-06 12:56
  • Or I could always try rel-alternate
    GWG at 2018-08-04 15:28
  • [jgmac1106] I would love to see https://indieweb.org/rel-alternate as alternative, at least for WordPress and other CMSs
    [pfefferle] at 2018-08-03 21:36
  • wouldn't rel=alternate uf2 give more data?
    dougbeal at 2018-08-02 04:54
  • alright, well, I’ll check back in a week to see if there’s been anymore discussion about the plan. At this point, I’m really hoping that rel=alternate works out, no one has to worry about mf2 in their theme, and I can move back to a static site.
    [miklb] at 2018-08-02 04:53
  • if the goal is for every parser to adopt rel=alternate then it wouldn’t matter how good the mf2 in the theme is, it would never get looked at. If it will be a maybe/maybe not every parser, then there still needs to be good mf2 in WP themes. In which case, I’m back to my question where are the conflicts with WP core mf1? Or are there anymore.
    [miklb] at 2018-08-02 04:48
  • I had to update xray to look for the rel=alternate link and now it uses that instead of parsing the HTML if it's there
    aaronpk at 2018-08-02 04:42
  • the rel=alternate thing is definitely an experiment, but if it works, it's a way to avoid the theme needing to add mf2 at all
    aaronpk at 2018-08-02 04:33
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