HTML address Element
The HTML address Element -- <address> -- is an HTML Element used to supply information about the author.
This element can be used to provide this information for the whole page or for major parts of it.
Made in Canada by Charles Iliya Krempeaux, B.Sc.
The HTML address Element is available in: HTML 2, HTML 3, HTML 3.2, HTML 4, XHTML 1, and XHTML 1.1.
The HTML address Element has the following HTML attributes.
Although the contents of the HTML address Element contains information about the author. Usually this information is only human-readable, and NOT machine-readable. However, an hCard can be used with the HTML address Element to make its contents also machine-readable.
Here is an example signature that uses the HTML address Element with an hCard.
-- <a rel="author" class="fn n url" href="http://changelog.ca/"><span class="given-name">Charles</span> <span class="additional-name">Iliya</span> <span class="family-name">Krempeaux</span>, <span class="honorific-suffix">B.Sc.</span></a>
The following elements are related to the HTML address Element.
The following Semantic HTML is related to the HTML address Element.