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Tips

Centring Image Groups

In the 2nd Amendment Law Library , Mark Fuller shares Law Journal articles and book reviews relevant to the Second Amendment (and a neat little 'Lynx Inspected' icon). His grouping of icons lined up beautifully in Netscape Navigator 4x, leading to the solution below.

In your external CSS file, include a declaration like:

.center {text-align: center; }

And call it out in your HTML with something like:

 <DIV CLASS="center"> <A HREF="http://www.w3.org/pub/WWW/Style/CSS/Buttons"><IMG width="88" height="31" src="mwcos.gif" alt="Made with CSS." ></A> <A HREF= "http://www.anybrowser.org/campaign/"><IMG width="88" height="31" src="anybrowser3.gif" alt="Best Viewed With Any Browser." ></A> <A HREF="http://www.cast.org/bobby/"><IMG width="88" height="31" src="approved.gif" alt="Bobby approved." ></A> <A HREF="http://www.delorie.com/web/lynxview.html"><IMG width="88" height="31" src="lynxpaw.gif" alt="Lynx inspected." ></A> <A HREF="http://validator.w3.org/"><IMG width="88" height="31" src="vh40.gif" alt="Valid HTML 4.0!" ></A> </DIV>

The following demonstration is taken directly from Mark's index page.

alt="Made with CSS." src="/mwcos.gif"alt="Best Viewed With Any Browser." src="anybrowser3.gif"Bobby approved.Lynx inspected.alt="Valid HTML 4.0!" src="/vh40.gif"

Note : Height, width and border attributes need to be specified in your HTML, as the CSS equivalents are either unsupported or 'buggy'. Additionally, if you *still* have trouble with alignment, try making the entire declaration on one line. Netscape's CSS support (cough) is problematic.

In the 2nd Amendment Law Library, Mark Fuller shares Law Journal articles and book reviews relevant to the Second Amendment (and a neat little 'Lynx Inspected' icon). His grouping of icons lined up beautifully in Netscape Navigator 4x, leading to the solution below.

Mark Fuller