IMG ALIGN Attribute

The ALIGN attribute of the IMG tag allows you to specify the alignment of text following an image by specifying a value of TOP, MIDDLE, or BOTTOM, for example:


<IMG SRC="ausflag.gif" ALIGN=TOP>Text

Displays:

[Sorry, your browser doesn't support in-line
images]Text


<IMG SRC="ausflag.gif" ALIGN=BOTTOM>Text

Displays:

[Sorry, your browser doesn't support
in-line images]Text


<IMG SRC="ausflag.gif" ALIGN=MIDDLE>Text

Displays:

[Sorry, your browser doesn't support in-line
images]Text


If the ALIGN attribute is not specified, ALIGN=BOTTOM is assumed.

What does the ALT attribute do?


go_back.gif (279 bytes)[HTML]go_more.gif (275 bytes)go_down.gif (256 bytes)

Revised: Friday, 23 July 1999 by EIE WebMistress