From: email@example.com Date: Mon, 10 Jun 1996 11:29:58 MET-1MET DST To: firstname.lastname@example.org Cc: email@example.com Message-Id: <009A3A48.9E770EA0.firstname.lastname@example.org> Subject: Re: The <address> element. ERROR in the html 3.2 dtd >On Sun, 9 Jun 1996, Olle Jarnefors wrote: > >> The <ADDRESS> element isn't treated like the ordinary block >> elements in HTML 2.0, it can't be included in <P> or <LI> ... >It doesn't make sense to put <ADDRESS> within either, surely? The address >is something which comes after the body text, and so it must only be >within the <HTML> delimiters. It doesn't make sense to force everyone to have the address at a specific place in the document, does it? The <ADDRESS> tag only tells the HTML reader that whatever is written is an address, nothing else. This is what the the markup specification for HTML 3.2 says: Address: ADDRESS The ADDRESS element contains such information as address, signature and authorship, often at the beginning or end of the body of a document. The documents on HTML 3.2 say nothing special about <ADDRESS>, so the definition should be the same. (on the other hand, a friend of mine always says that the only documentation you can trust is the source :-)) -- R Levitte, Levitte Programming; Spannvägen 38, I; S-161 43 Bromma; SWEDEN Tel: +46-8-26 52 47, (via nation.se) +46-8-21 24 90; No fax right now PGP key fingerprint = A6 96 C0 34 3A 96 AA 6C B0 D5 9A DF D2 E9 9C 65 Check http://www.lp.se/~levitte for my public key.