A right-aligned <object>:
The align attribute is supported in all major browsers.
The <object> align attribute is not supported in HTML5. Use CSS instead.
The align attribute of <object> is deprecated in HTML 4.01.
The align attribute specifies the alignment of an <object> element according to the surrounding element.
The <object> element is an inline element (it does not insert a new line on a page), meaning that text and other elements can wrap around it. Therefore, it can be useful to specify the alignment of the <object> according to surrounding elements.
The align attribute of <object> is deprecated in HTML 4.01. Use CSS instead.
CSS syntax: <object style="float:right">
In our CSS tutorial you can find more details about the float property.
|left||Aligns the object to the left|
|right||Aligns the object to the right|
|middle||Aligns the object in the middle|
|top||Aligns the object at the top|
|bottom||Aligns the object at the bottom|
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