Check your posts (notes, articles, etc.) are marked up with h-entry:


We found the following post h-entry on your site:


Some of the best free fonts | Clearleft


Add an author!

<a rel="author" class="p-author h-card" href="…">Your Name</a>


Some of the best free fonts | Clearleft If you start with a high-quality, legible, free typeface and experiment with size, weight, colour, line height, and (subtle) letter spacing, you might find these free options will get you further than you’d think. These are professional fonts crafted and maintained by experts and they can help your content land the way it deserves to.



Syndicated Copies

Add URLs of POSSEd copies!

<a rel="syndication" class="u-syndication" href="…">…</a>


  • typefaces
  • fonts
  • typography
  • free
  • serif
  • sans-serif
  • mono
  • type
  • design

Your h-entries should have, at minimum, the following properties:

  • e-content — the main content of the post
  • p-name — if your post is an article with a name, use this classname.
  • dt-published — the datetime the post was published at, in ISO8601 format, with a timezone
  • u-url — the canonical URL of the post, especially important on pages listing multiple posts

It’s a common convention for the published datetime to be a link to the post itself, but they can be separate if you want.

There should also be some way to discover the author of the post — either link to your homepage (which should have your h-card on it) from anywhere within the body of the page with rel=author, or optionally embed a p-author h-card in the h-entry.

The web is an expressive medium, and as such there are many other properties which you can add to your posts. Check out the h-entry documentation for a full list.

Want to be able to use h-entry data in your code? Check out the open-source implementations.

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