Re: <div align=justify> ?

>> >Does the <div> tag allow you to format text, so that it is justified
>> >across the page, instead of the usual left, right and centre alignments?


>> No.  It does not exist (at least to my knowledge, and if it does it
>> shouldn't)

Yes it does. Though maybe it shouldn't ;-)

>Folks, a 30-second trip to the HTML spec can clear this right up. Please
>bother to check:

30 seconds later I announce: In HTML 4.0 Transitional, <DIV ALIGN=JUSTIFY>
is allowed, though it is depreciated (i.e. not recommended).

>> because the DIV element was designed for use with CSS.

No it wasn't. The DIV element existed before CSS.

David Meadows [ Technical Writer | Information Developer ]
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Received on Monday, 4 January 1999 18:18:19 UTC