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Thanks, IndieWebify.me is useful, although it says I need to add an image with a
u-photo class, which… I already have 🤷♂️
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Yeah, I found IndieWebify.me’s parsing to be very finnicky (as in: it missed things that were right there!) but that seemed to match the interpretation of various webmention receivers, too 😫 In the end, I got things to work by adding lots of extra
<span> tags and making sure no elements were “overloaded” with too many classes. Like, the structure I ended up with that seems to work (within my post footer) is:
<span class="p-author h-card"> <a rel="author" class="u-url" href="…"> <img src="…" alt="…" class="u-photo"> <span class="p-name">Jessica Smith</span> </a></span>
Hopefully I’ll be happy with how it looks for a long time, because I feel like if I tinker with it again, I’m going to break it 🙃