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HResume

hResume is a microformat for publishing résumé or Curriculum Vitae (CV) information [1] using (X)HTML on web pages. Like many other microformats, hResume uses HTML classes and rel attributes to make an otherwise non-semantic document more meaningful. A document containing resume information could be modified to use hResume without altering the appearance to the browser.

Contents

  • Structure 1
  • See also 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Structure

hResume provides for ten main areas of information, each denoted with an appropriately named class, and all of them optional except for contact info.

  • summary
  • contact (uses the hCard microformat)
  • experience
  • achievements related to this work
  • education
  • skills/qualifications
  • affiliations
  • publications
  • performance/skills for performance
  • individualization/specialization/career objectives

An example of hResume being implemented is a social networking site LinkedIn, where it is used on public profile pages. [2]

See also

References

  1. ^ Microformats: Empowering Your Markup for Web 2.0 (2007) by John Allsopp p. 212
  2. ^ hResume · Microformats Wiki. Microformats.org. Retrieved on 2014-05-23.

External links

  • hResume at the Microformats Wiki
  • hResume WordPress Plugin at the hResume Project site
  • hResume: on-line cv/résumé builder (supports hResume)
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