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How can I justify text in my home page with HTML from both sides and arround the pictures.
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Question by:ashrafsalah
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by:sunot
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I don't think so you can.
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Michel021497 earned 100 total points
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It's not possible to justify text in HTML. Around pictures you can use ALIGN=left, right, middle, bottom, top in your <IMG> tag.
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by:ashrafsalah
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What's about using the pre formatted method to justify it manually ?
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by:Michel021497
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That could be a possibility. But a poor one.
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