@period [Identical to the attribute in att.datable.w3c.] @when-generic, @not Before-generic, @not After-generic, @from-generic, @to-generic [data.word, optional] supplies the value of the date or time in a standard form, e.g.
yyyy-mm-dd, which can be an absolute or relative value depending on the presence of the other attributes.
For these sites, we show estimated metrics based on traffic patterns across the web as a whole.
We identify these patterns by looking at the activity of millions of web users throughout the world, and using data normalization to correct for any biases.
There should be limited contacts and certainly no approach to the intimate relationships involving sex.
There must never be any sex of any kind prior to marriage” (“Marriage—The Proper Way,” “Every boy should have been saving money for his mission and be free from any and all entanglements so he will be worthy. , he should feel free to begin to get acquainted and to date. Through group associations, they become more interesting people.
have many activities of a social nature planned for them, both in their school and Church programs, which they should enjoy in groups. Any dating or pairing off in social contacts should be postponed until at least the age of 16 or older, and even then there should be much judgment used in selections and in the seriousness.
Global traffic ranks of 100,000 are subject to large fluctuations and should be considered rough estimates.
If a site has Certified Metrics instead of estimated, that means its owner has installed code allowing us to directly measure their traffic.
I am proposing a general-purpose solution which would provide a very broad range of functionality as described by example below, and which would require a new attribute class under att.datable as follows: att.datable.generic @dating Point [data.pointer, optional] supplies a pointer to some location defining a named point in time with reference to which the datable item is understood to have occurred.
[e.g., points to a taxonomy/category or event.] @dating Method [data.pointer, optional] supplies a pointer to some location defining a calendrical system or other means of interpreting the value of @when-generic, @not Before-generic, @not After-generic, @from-generic or @to-generic (possibly with respect to @dating Point).