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[Bug 11812] The align attribute on the td and th elements should be conforming

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--- Comment #3 from Henri Sivonen <hsivonen@iki.fi> 2011-03-18 14:38:05 UTC ---
(In reply to comment #1)
> Many if not all of the arguments presented above apply to a whole raft of
> legacy HTML features, like <font>, <big>, <tt>, <p align>, <center>, <marquee>,
> <hr color>, etc. Why is <td align> special?

I find that I want to use align on table cells almost every time I publish a
table on the Web. I haven't felt the need to use <font> or <hr color> for
years. <marquee> never. I think <code> is just a synonym of <tt> in practice.

Even though I haven't used <center> for years myself, I seems to be alive and
well. View source on http://canweshipyet.com/

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