align attribute is used to specify how the
iframe sits on the page in relation to surrounding text
and other elements. It is a fairly rudimentary attribute - and a very
presentational one - that allows you to move the frame to the right or
left, with text wrapping around accordingly (although with no surrounding
white space, which generally results in quite an ugly result). You can
also change the way that adjacent text aligns with the image such that the
first line of the text aligns with the top, middle or bottom of the
iframe is set to
<iframe src="iframe-content.html" height="200" width="200" frameborder="1" align="right"> <p>Your browser does not support iframes. That kinda sucks, eh?</p> </iframe>
"top" only (default is
This attribute is now deprecated, and is highly presentational in its nature. The desired visual effects can all be achieved with CSS and, as such, this attribute shouldn’t be used—it’s presented here for informational purposes only.
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