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Semantik von address im Laufe der Zeit

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2012-06-23
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HTML

Die Definitionen des HTML-Elements address in den verschiedenen HTML-Versionen.

HTML-Version Definition Beispiel
HTML 2.0

The <ADDRESS> element contains such information as address, signature and authorship, often at the beginning or end of the body of a document.

Typically, the <ADDRESS> element is rendered in an italic typeface and may be indented.


<ADDRESS>
Newsletter editor<BR>
J.R. Brown<BR>
JimquickPost News, Jimquick, CT 01234<BR>
Tel (123) 456 7890
</ADDRESS>
HTML 3.2

The ADDRESS element requires start and end tags, and specifies information such as authorship and contact details for the current document. User agents should render the content with paragraph-breaks before and after. Note that the content is restricted to paragraphs, plain text and text-like elements as defined by the %text entity.


<ADDRESS>
Newsletter editor<BR>
J.R. Brown<BR>
8723 Buena Vista, Smallville, CT 01234<BR>
Tel: +1 (123) 456 7890
</ADDRESS>
HTML 4.0

The ADDRESS element may be used by authors to supply contact information for document or a major part of a document such as a form. This element often appears at the beginning or end of a document.


<ADDRESS>
<A href="../People/Raggett/">Dave Raggett</A>, 
<A href="../People/Arnaud/">Arnaud Le Hors</A>, 
contact persons for the <A href="Activity">W3C HTML Activity</A><BR> 
$Date: 1998/04/02 00:20:03 $
</ADDRESS>
HTML 4.01

The ADDRESS element may be used by authors to supply contact information for a document or a major part of a document such as a form. This element often appears at the beginning or end of a document.


<ADDRESS>
<A href="../People/Raggett/">Dave Raggett</A>, 
<A href="../People/Arnaud/">Arnaud Le Hors</A>, 
contact persons for the <A href="Activity">W3C HTML Activity</A><BR> 
$Date: 1999/12/24 23:37:50 $
</ADDRESS>
HTML5 (Working Draft)

The address element represents the contact information for its nearest article or body element ancestor. If that is the body element, then the contact information applies to the document as a whole.

The address element must not be used to represent arbitrary addresses (e.g. postal addresses), unless those addresses are in fact the relevant contact information. (The p element is the appropriate element for marking up postal addresses in general.)

The address element must not contain information other than contact information.

Typically, the address element would be included along with other information in a footer element.

User agents may expose the contact information of a node to the user, or use it for other purposes, such as indexing sections based on the sections' contact information.


<ADDRESS>
 <A href="../People/Raggett/">Dave Raggett</A>,
 <A href="../People/Arnaud/">Arnaud Le Hors</A>,
 contact persons for the <A href="Activity">W3C HTML Activity</A>
</ADDRESS>