geo microformat represents a physical location on the planet Earth using latitude and longitude coordinates.
If a property is not marked as required, the value might be undefined.
| ||The latitude of the geographic location, represented as a floating-point number. Required.|
| ||The longitude of the geographic location, represented as a floating-point number. Required.|
There is one method you can call on the
Returns the location as a string.
geoString = geo.toString();
The location as a single string.
This uses different formats depending on the type of parent node the
geo is included in. Need to figure out what those formats are and why it's done that way.