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HTML5 and CSS3: Visual QuickStart Guide, Seventh Edition by Bruce Hyslop, Elizabeth Castro

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Adding Author Contact Information

You might think the address element is for marking up a postal address, but it isn’t (except for one circumstance; see the tips). In fact, there isn’t an HTML element explicitly designed for that purpose.

Instead, address defines the contact information for the author, people, or organization relevant to an HTML page (usually appearing at the end of the page, if at all) or part of a page, such as within a report or a news article (Image and Image).

This page has two address elements: one for the article’s author and the other ...

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