<address>, in English means direction. This label is composed also of two directions and is used to include information about the author of a web page or related items. May be an example of its use in existing tag lines at the end of many pages that include user information from varied as can be, besides the author, the date of the last modified, the current date, the URL of the page, etc.
The <address> tag is used to indicate the name, address and email addresses of the owner of the webpage. It generally displays its contents in italics. In most of the cases it is placed at the beginning or end of the document. Like other block level elements, it inserts a line break before and after the contents of the address tag.
<html> <body> <ADDRESS> Dinesh Thakur <Br> Nirankari Bhawan Rd<Br> New Delhi <Br> </ADDRESS> </body> </html>