Fax Number (in address)

Portion of an address that contains a fax number.

Related Elements

An address (<address>) element contains a postal address and/or other contact information such as a company or an organization name. If an address is divided into lines, the lines can be preserved using the <addr-line> element. Typically, the <addr-line> element holds one physical or logical line of an address, containing undifferentiated portions of an address such as organization names, street addresses, post box numbers, building numbers, mailstops, etc. They are called “lines” because addresses are frequently divided onto multiple lines, and this encoding allows that fact to be preserved. If the address is just a block of undifferentiated text, numbers, or special characters, the entire address may be placed inside a single <addr-line> element.
There are several ways to tag an address: An address element (<address>) does not contain any text, only lower-level address elements.


Model Description

Text, numbers, or special characters, zero or more

This element may be contained in:


 <license-p>COPYRIGHT PROTECTED DOCUMENT</license-p>
 <license-p>&#x00A9; ISO/IEC 2013</license-p>
 <license-p>All rights reserved. Unless otherwise specified, no 
  part of this publication may be reproduced or utilized otherwide 
  in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including 
  photocopying, or posting on the internet or an intranet, without 
  prior written permission. Permission can be requested from either 
  ISO at the address below or ISO&#x0027;s member body in the 
  country of the requester:
  <list list-type="simple">
      <addr-line>ISO copyright office</addr-line>
      <addr-line>Case postage 56 &#x2022;</addr-line>
      <city>Geneva 20</city>
      <addr-line>Tel. <phone>+ 41 22 749 01 11</phone></addr-line>
      <addr-line>Fax <fax>+ 41 22 749 09 47</fax></addr-line>
    <p>E-mail <email>copyright@iso.org</email></p>
    <p>Web <uri>www.iso.org</uri></p>
    <p>Published in Switzerland</p>