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Chapter 15. Sheet Music: Styles for Font... > Textstyles: More Ways to Format Text - Pg. 173

Sheet Music: Styles for Fonts, Colors, and Backgrounds <TH WIDTH="25%"> Left-aligned text </TH> <TH WIDTH="25%"> Centered text </TH> <TH WIDTH="25%"> Right-aligned text </TH> <TH WIDTH="25%"> Justified text </TH> </TR> <TR> <TD WIDTH="25%" STYLE="text-align: left"> Puns are little plays on words that a certain breed of person loves to spring on you and then look at you in a certain </TD> <TD WIDTH="25%" STYLE="text-align: center"> self-satisfied way to indicate that he thinks that you must think that he is by far the cleverest person on Earth </TD> <TD WIDTH="25%" STYLE="text-align: right"> now that Benjamin Franklin is dead, when in fact what you are thinking is that if this person ever ends up in a </TD> <TD WIDTH="25%" STYLE="text-align: justify"> lifeboat, the other passengers will hurl him overboard by the end of the first day even if they have plenty of food and water. &#150;Dave Barry </TD> </TR> </TABLE> </BODY> </HTML> 173 Figure 15.6. The align values in action. Using the Text Decoration Styles One of the most common questions that readers ask me is "How can I display my links without an underline?" And my answer is "Use the text-decoration style on the <A> tag and set it to none": A {text-decoration: none} That's a nice trick, but the text-decoration style has a few others up its sleeve. Here's a complete list of the values you can use with this style: · blink--This is a Netscape-only (version 4.0 and up) value, and it's the equivalent of the dumb <BLINK> tag.