Date: Sat, 25 Mar 1995 10:09:23 --100 From: email@example.com (Maurizio Codogno) Message-Id: <9503250909.AA05319@beatles.cselt.stet.it> To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: Re: Centering in HTML? % From: email@example.com (Keith M. Corbett) % >>enclose your line between <center> and </center> % >No, don't do that. <CENTER> is not in either the HTML2 or HTML3 standards % >and won't be. It is recognized only by Netscape browsers (cough). % % We need a shorthand phrase to refer to renegade browsers like mozilla % (cough, ahem, urk). Well, leaving aside browsers wars, I think that centering is an operation sufficiently important to deserve a "personal" keyword together with the official solution which are present in the draft standard. If you don't want to let netscape win, what about <C> </C> o <CNTR> </CNTR>? .mau.