[uf-discuss] Need a figure markup

Chris Messina chris.messina at gmail.com
Sun Oct 30 13:03:19 PST 2005

Additionally, text-align only applies to text alignment in a block,
which has nothing to do with figure positioning relative to text...
meaning that you couldn't position those nifty little pen and ink
drawing that the Wall Street Journal has in its columns using the
text-align property. Instead you'd need a combination of floating and


On 10/30/05, David House <dmhouse at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 30/10/05, Scott Reynen <scott at randomchaos.com> wrote:
> > Doesn't style="text-align: [alignment];" serve as the standard method
> > of marking alignment?
> Inline styles mix content and presentation are best avoided,
> particularily if we're going to be using them and re-using them, time
> and time again. A better way would be to define a set of classes, for
> example 'figure', 'photo', 'inline-photo' and so on. Then let the user
> define how they want these aligned in their own stylesheet.
> --
> -David House, dmhouse at gmail.com, http://xmouse.ithium.net
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