I think you should be getting the idea as far as headings go. Notice that you can put as many spaces and lines in the HTML part without the browser picking them upthe browser only looks at the tags. Here is some bold, italic text and a little bit of text which is underlined.
if (hWindow == NULL)
And a bit of pre - formatted stuff
Aligning a paragraph left like this just aligns the left hand side of the text and not the right. It also pushes the text to the left and helps to emphasise this paragraph,or paragraphs enclosed within the tags.
Especially when used in conjunction with the ALIGN=CENTER command which puts all the text in the middle og the page.
And finally, aligning the text to the right.
Here is an image which is aligned to the right of the text. You can keep the text flowing around the picture if you wish, but only down one side, not both sides. What a shame! Remember this is not a fully-featured DTP package that we're dealing with, much trial and error is required to get the desired effect. You will also notice that the orientation of the words and images change as the page is resized. This is a clue for you to test out the layout of the page at different resolutions (e.g. 640 x 480 or 800 x 600).
We can align the image to the top of the text if we wish. As you can see, you only get one line to the side of the image.
Or even align text with the middle of the picture.
|Everything in this row is sitting on the bottom of the row, plus it is being shoved to the right.||Yeah!||So am I!|
|On the other hand, the stuff on this row is centred and is aligned to the same baseline||Cor!||Mega!|
|Meanwhile, this row has a mind of it's own||Well-behaved!||OK!|
|This is spanning all three rows||I'm spanning three coloumns|
|Data||Boring old data||Measly data|
|Red data||More stuff||I think that's enough now!|