Josh Lewis wrote:@ Rob: Thank you for bringing up the issue of align="center" being deprecated. I'm actually a little mad about that. I almost want to write to the W3C myself except I know that nothing would change from that. So I started a thread about this in Stack Overflow. I suppose it wouldn't be that bad, but we could have a class that adjusts the alignment of objects. So I'll do some more learning. If the alignment attribute is indeed going away some day (in the distant future) than I can get to work with creating a simple alternative that will both work and be easy for the average poster.
One of the main problems I typically face when trying to follow the HTML5 (or even HTML4.01) standard strictly is that I want the code to work in all major browsers, and not just in their latest versions but preferably in all fairly recent versions too. That makes HTML rather challenging, and as far as centering goes, I'm still looking for the holy grail. But at least my HTML skills are improving from all this fiddling.