Netscape and Images

IMG tag extensions:
If the IMG ALIGN attribute is set to top, texttop, middle, absmiddle, baseline, bottom, or absbottom then one line of text following the image will be aligned with the image according to the value selected. If ALIGN is set to left or right then the image is aligned with the left or right margin and the document text flows around the image.

With Netscape, you can use these IMG attributes if you know the width and height of an image in pixels. It will speed up image loading and document display.

The border attribute places a border around an image. Assign it a value to control the thickness of the border.

These attributes control the amount of clear space around a floating (ALIGN=left, right) image.

Here is one example that incorporates several Netscape attributes:
<IMG SRC="newman.gif" ALIGN=left BORDER=2>
Here is some text that inserted merely to demonstrate text flow around an image in Netscape. You may need to resize your Netscape window to make it narrow enough to cause the text to wrap.

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