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File Format
Name H-adr

h-adr (formerly adr) is a draft standard intended to be one of several "microformats" released via the microformats.org site and community, intended for the representation of information in a manner that is human-readable but can still be processed by machines.

The format encodes all the same fields as the adr property of the vCard format in the form of HTML or XML. Thus, it can be embedded in web pages and be readable this way (and styled via CSS), but has a standardized structure that can easily be converted mechanically to other formats as needed for machine processing. If other parts of the vCard format are needed for HTML/XML insertion, the h-card format should be used; h-adr is a subset of this.


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