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ASP.net HTML5 position image in centre of div

Hi. I am trying to position the image in the following div in my ASP.net project but it appears on the left

 <div style="float: left; width: 25%;" class="div" >
        <h1 style="font-family:'Century Gothic';font-size:16px">xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx</h1>
     <h2 style="font-family:'Century Gothic';font-size:14px">xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx</h2>    
     <p style="font-family:'Century Gothic';font-size:12px">
      Connecting all the users in your operation to a cloud SQL central database will bolster your data management, accelerate your processes and sharpen your decision making.</p>
        <p style="font-family:'Century Gothic';font-size:12px">
<asp:Image ID="Image1" runat="server" Height="144px" ImageUrl="~/Resources/Cloud_Hub.jpg" Width="287px"  ImageAlign="Middle" />
        <p style="font-family:'Century Gothic';font-size:12px">
Murray Brown
Murray Brown
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Because you have written - "float: left;" for your outer div.
Remove that.

Add this image inside of DIV and you can add css for that DIV only.
Jim RiddlesPrepress/OMS SpecialistCommented:
It would help to see your generated code, not the native code.  If you have a link to the generated page, that would be best.

Also, please use the Code tag anytime you need to display code.  It is very helpful for the experts trying to assist you.

One key item is that you are using an attribute incorrectly, I believe.  When attempting to align an image, the correct attribute is "align", not "ImageAlign".  That attribute has also been depreciated, and does not work for HTML5 pages.  Not seeing your full page, I can't tell what doctype you are declaring.

If you are declaring a HTML5 doctype, then you need to use CSS to achieve the same effect.  The code is something like this:

<asp:Image ID="Image1" runat="server" Height="144px" ImageUrl="~/Resources/Cloud_Hub.jpg" Width="287px"  style="vertical-align:middle;" />

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Let me know if you require further assistance.
Murray BrownMicrosoft Cloud Azure/Excel Solution DeveloperAuthor Commented:
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