Mike Brown wrote:
Ok, I'll bite and ask why would you not use <br /> in the address example above? Aren't the semantics of an address that the different elements are (usually) on separate lines?
You answered your own question: Parts of an address are *usually*, but *not always*, written on separate lines. The best tag to use, were currently available, would probably be the <l> tag from XHTML 2.
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