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HTML Address Tutorial
Browser SupportThe HTML address tag is usually used in the footer of a web page, or on a contact page or about us page.
As you might guess, it's used to enclose the contact information of the entity being represented. Here's how to code an address:
<address> The Whatever Company 123 ABC Street Anytown, WI 54422 </address>
In most browsers the address would be rendered in italic type. Check the address below to see how your browser renders it:The Whatever Company · 123 ABC Street · Anytown, WI 54422
You can toss a break tag after each line if you want it to render as you'd write the address on an envelope.
The "dots" in between the different parts aren't rendered because of the address tag, I coded them into the address. To code a dot like that, enter:
...into your code.
This concludes the HTML Address Tag Tutorial.
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