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    The HTML Address Element (<address>) should be used by authors to supply contact information for its nearest <article> or <body> ancestor; in the latter case, it applies to the whole document.

    Usage note:

    • To represent an arbitrary address, one that is not related to the contact information, use a <p> element rather than the <address> element.
    • This element should not contain more information than the contact information, like a publication date (which belongs in a <time> element).
    • Typically an <address> element can be placed inside the <footer> element of the current section, if any.


    This element only includes the global attributes.


        You can contact author at <a href=""></a>.<br>
        If you see any bugs, please <a href="">contact webmaster</a>.<br>
        You may also want to visit us:<br>
        Mozilla Foundation<br>
        1981 Landings Drive<br>
        Building K<br>
        Mountain View, CA 94043-0801<br>

    Above HTML will output:


    Although the address element renders text with the same default styling as the <i> or <em> elements, it is more appropriate to use when dealing with contact information, as it conveys additional semantic information.


    Specification Status Comment
    WHATWG HTML Living Standard
    The definition of '<address>' in that specification.
    Living Standard  
    The definition of '<address>' in that specification.
    HTML 4.01 Specification
    The definition of '<address>' in that specification.

    Browser compatibility

    Feature Chrome Firefox (Gecko) Internet Explorer Opera Safari
    Basic support (Yes) 1.0 (1.7 or earlier) 1.0 5.12 1.0
    Feature Android Firefox Mobile (Gecko) IE Mobile Opera Mini Opera Mobile Safari Mobile
    Basic support (Yes) 1.0 (1.7) (Yes) (Yes) (Yes) (Yes)

    See also

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    Last updated by: Jeremie,