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posted by DL Byron on March 18, 2004

I left SXSW on Sunday to get back to work (for the man) and missed all the XFNing going on in the hallways. I'd been paying attention to XFN and decided to update my “linkage” and “sites I looked at once” sections in the sidebar to include XFN values. I publish those lists with this template:

 <MTEntries sort_by="title" sort_order="ascend">
 <li><a title="<$MTEntryTitle$v"
 href="<$MTEntryBody convert_breaks="0"$>" 
rel="<$MTEntryExcerpt$>"><$MTEntryTitle$> </a>
<br /> <MTEntryIfExtended><
$MTEntryMore convert_breaks="0"$> </MTEntryIfExtended> </li>

My technique is similar to Keith's post, but with a seperate blog, php include, and this syntax:

  • Title — The name of the link.
  • Entry body — The link.
  • Extended Entry — the "title" tag and the text underneath the link.
  • Excerpt — the XFN relationship. One space if no relationship.

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