Re: center phasing out?
by "The Web Center" <admin(at)webctr.com>
||Tue, 7 Sep 1999 06:33:25 -0400
Lets just make the browser manufacturers comply with the specs, then we can
all happily go to style sheets....:). We'll all send them a note...
Bottom line is that every design I do will be old by the time CSS is widely
adopted, so depreciated tags don't scare me: they'll all need redesigns by
the time it's an issue anyway!
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Shaun L. Sides <arch(at)abts.net>
> > On 5 Sep 99, at 17:39, Cindy Stanley wrote:
> > > Can anyone provide solid documentation, url or book, that reads
> > > that the align attribute of the DIV element is deprecated in HTML
> > > 4?
> > Osborne's HTML Programmer's Reference covers all html versions
> > thru 4, and it doesn't indicate that the align attribute is deprecated
> > with regard to the div tag. Also, tools like Dreamweaver use
> > methods which indicate that <div align="center"></div> is the
> > preferred way of centering an object in a web page.
> However, the official W3C spec for HTML 4.0
> http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-html40 ) lists the ALIGN attribute for DIV as
> being deprecated.
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