HTML and CSS Reference
In-Depth Information The dir and lang attributes
The dir attribute lets you advise the browser in which direction the text
within the <address> segment should be displayed, and lang lets you
specify the language used within that tag. [ The dir attribute, ]
[ The lang attribute, ] The class, id, style, and title attributes
Use the style attribute to specify an inline style for the <address> tag,
or use the class attribute to apply a predefined style class to the tag.
[ Inline Styles: The style Attribute, 8.1.1 ] [ Style Classes, 8.3 ]
You may assign a unique ID to the <address> tag, as well as a title, using
the respective attribute and accompanying quote-enclosed string value.
[ The id attribute, ] [ The title attribute, ] Event attributes
As with most other tagged segments of content, user-related events can
happen in and around the <address> tag, such as when a user clicks or
double-clicks within its display space. The current browsers recognize
many of these events. With the respective on attribute and value, you
may react to those events by displaying a user dialog box or activating
some multimedia event. [ JavaScript Event Handlers, 12.3.3 ]
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