Our REST interface and the
libraries can return HTML code. This code is
exactly the same we use in the LikeOrHate website, and is safe to be used
elsewhere. The HTML is very organized and structured, so you'll probably be
able to reformat it as needed (and you can always parse another format, such
as XML or JSON, and generate your own HTML).
We use a number of conventions in our HTML code:
The HTML code is not set in stone. It's not changed often, but on occasion we
may change it to add a new feature (more tags) or just to improve it a little
(more classes, more attributes).
Classes which are not microformats or common (e.g.: "digits") are prefixed with
loh_. We also reserve the class likeorhate.
There are still some exceptions to this, but we are working on
them. If you want to style them, you can start from our template class,
loh.css and change it as it suits you.
functionality, though we have fallback to plain HTML graciously.