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Hi- On many of my web pages, I use this style on images:  style="float:left;padding-right:10px;" or  style="float:right;padding-left:10px;".

Do I have to clear those floats? Is there a problem if I don't? The pages seem fine to me. Thanks.
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You don't have to as long as it looks like you want. There is no problems with that. As alternative you can use img align attribute, examples of application you can find here .
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Thanks, I am so glad to hear that! Thanks for the link, I'll investigate.
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