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The markup (html) of this website uses custom properties—notably element classes and link relations—that provide extra anchors for styling and scripting. It also adds meaning (read: semantics). The following lexicon defines said meaning. Also see daCore.

class
a
Indicates an A value in a rhyme scheme. Usually part of a poem.
ad
An advertisement.
b
Indicates a B value in a rhyme scheme. Usaually part of a poem.
css
Indicates a snippet of code, written in css.
display
A prominent figure.
entry
Indicates an entry. Usually part of a feed.
event
Indicates an event. Usually part of a agenda or calendar.
feed
Indicates a chronological list of entries.
figure
A figure.
A photo gallery.
overstated
Something that is represented as greater than is true or reasonable.
hilite
A string of text that is highlighted. Typically because it matches a search query.
illustration
Indicates a illustration. Usually applied to an img or an element containing a img.
java
Indicates a snippet of code, written in Java.
limerick
A limerick; a five line poem with an aabba rhyme scheme.
Indicates a logo. Usually applied to an img or an element containing a img.
name
A name of something.
o
One or several 0 values in a binary string.
php
Indicates a snippet of code, written in php.
php5
Indicates a snippet of code, written in php, version 5.
perl
Indicates a snippet of code, written in Perl.
photo
Indicates a photograph. Usually applied to an img or an element containing a img.
profile
An html profile. That is the thing you are reading right now.
python
Indicates a snippet of code, written in Python.
rating
A rating. Usually part of a review.
review
A review of something.
section
Indicates a section of a page.
slogan
Indicates a slogan. Usually part of a heading, preceded by a logo and/or title.
title
A title of something.
value
Indicates a value. Usually part of a rating.
x
One or several 1 values in a binary string.
rel
canonical
A link to the canonical address of a page.
profile
A link to an html meta data profile (like the one you are reading right now).
A link to a short version of an address of a page.