HTML <object> align Attribute

 HTML <object> tag

Example

A right-aligned <object>:

<object width="200" height="200" data="helloworld.swf" align="right"></object>

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Definition and Usage

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.


Browser Support

Attribute
align Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes

Compatibility Notes

The align attribute of <object> is not supported in HTML5. Use CSS instead.

For an object to align middle, top, or bottom use the CSS property vertical-align.

For an object to align left or right use the CSS property float.

CSS Example: Align <object>


Syntax

<object align="left|right|middle|top|bottom">

Attribute Values

Value Description
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

 HTML <object> tag

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