Microformats are used to add structured data to web pages. They use existing HTML features (e.g., the 'class' and 'rel' attributes) instead of defining a new syntax. Popular Microformats are h-card (for people and organizations) and h-event (for events).

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What is the difference between Microdata and Microformats?

I have searched quite a bit for this and I am not happy enough with what I have read. I also found these questions here: Microdata vs. Microformats What are the advantages of Schema.org's ...
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Microdata vs. Microformats

Just like the title says: it seems to me that Microdata has a few advantages over Microformats, with the only drawback being a bit more verbose. Is this all the story? It seems that Google supports ...
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What are the advantages of Schema.org's Microdata vs. Microformats et al?

I’m confused about which microdata methodologies to employ on my site. Is there an advantage to implementing the attributes from Schema.org, vs. one like Microformats?