Wrapper element for contact information such as a postal address for a person or organization. The address may include, for example, such elements as <phone>, <fax>, <email>, <uri>, and <country>, etc.
There are many ways to tag an address. An address may be tagged as a series of named address elements including <country>, <email>, <fax>; as a series of address lines <addr-line> which may or may not have other elements such as <country> identified within them.; as a mixture of named elements and address lines, etc.
The address element <email> is allowed as part of a paragraph, as well as inside an address.
Conversion Note: If the address is divided into lines, preserve them using this element. If the address is just a block of undifferentiated text, numbers, or special characters, the entire address may be placed inside one <addr-line> element.
<!ELEMENT address %address-model; >
Any combination of:
... <contrib contrib-type="author" rid="IIDR"> <name><surname>Taylor</surname> <given-names>James C.</given-names> </name> <degrees>PhD</degrees> <aff id="IIDR"> <institution>Institute of Infectious Disease Research </institution><break/> <addr-line>Oberlin, MD 20869</addr-line> </aff> <address> <institution>Kalakukko Corporation</institution> <addr-line>17 West Jefferson St.</addr-line> <addr-line>Suite 207</addr-line> <addr-line>New South Finland, MD 20856</addr-line> <country>USA</country><phone>(301) 754-5766</phone> <fax>(301) 754-5765</fax> <email>email@example.com</email> <uri>http://www.kalakukko.com</uri> </address> </contrib> ...