I just incorporated a cross-browser HTML overlay to aggregate the Microformats used on my blog.
The overlay is triggered by YOU clicking on the little (gleaming on page load) button in the upper left corner of the site.
The overlay will “light up” Microformats used throught the site, aggregate and map the content (using Microsoft Virtual Earth) as well as provid options to export the data, e.g. hCalendar to Outlook, Google Calendar, Yahoo Calendar and Apple’s iCal or hCard to Yahoo!, Outlook and Apple’s Addressbook.
Oomph: A Microformats Toolkit is for web developers, designers and users, making it easier to create, consume, and style Microformats. In short, Oomph makes consuming and producing content for the web just a little easier, more efficient, more fun.
Especially in case your operating system is Windows you might want to check out the other features of the toolkit:
- an Internet Explorer Add-in that finds Microformats on a page
- a Windows Live Writer plug-in written in WinForms for inserting hCards
The Oomph’s source code is available from the project site hosted on Microsoft’s CodePlex: oomph.codeplex.com