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How to JUSTIFY words in NC and IE?

Posted on 1998-12-10
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Would anyone tell me how to align the words as "JUSTIFY" in html which can work in both Netscape 4.0 and Internet Explorer 4 or more updated version?
Please tell me with a simple example, thank you!
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Question by:Kennon
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by:rafistern
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<div align=justify>blah blah blah</div>

should work. Does it?
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by:jack_p50
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in HTML you cannot align words to some coordinates, but you can do it so:
create 1x1 transparent GIF and use it for spacers
(<img src="trans.gif" width=40% height=100% align=top>This is aligned to vert. line going at 40% X-coordinate)
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by:Kennon
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Thank you Jack_p50.
But my question is to 'justify' words on a line, not putting characters in a specific point.
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mgfranz earned 100 total points
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Use tables,

<table>
<td>
<tr align=left>Insert text here</tr>
<tr align=center>Insert another text here</tr>
<tr align=right>Insert more text here</tr>
</td>
</table>
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by:Kennon
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Your answer work sometimes.
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