In FrontPage Editor, when you open a HyperText Markup Language (HTML) document
in which you have a table that uses the Align attribute, FrontPage Editor
removes the Align attribute from the Table tag. Any
text or graphics which were positioned based on the Align attribute
will now appear below the table.
FrontPage Editor does not support the Align attribute on the Table
To work around this problem, insert a column on the left or right side
of the table, depending on where you want to place the left- or right-
aligned text or graphics, and place your text or graphics in a new
cell. To insert a column in FrontPage Editor, click "Insert Rows or
Columns" on the Table menu.
Microsoft has confirmed this to be a problem in the Microsoft products listed
at the beginning of this article. This problem was corrected in Microsoft
FrontPage 98 for Windows.
You can add the Align attribute to the Table tag by doing the
- On the Table menu, click Table Properties.
- In the Table Properties dialog box, click Extended.
- Click Add.
The Name/Value Pair dialog box appears.
- In the Name box, type table. In the
Value box, type align. Click OK.
- Click OK two more times.
The align attribute will be added to your Web page and it will be
displayed correctly in a Web browser. However, if you reopen the page
in FrontPage Editor, FrontPage Editor will remove the align attribute.