i rekon that the w3c should come up with this attribute: <center for=".class"></center> for example if you can a div with the class of '.class' then then center tag applies to that div rather than wrapping it around it. post for any suggestions or variations.
have u got any tips of how tyo do this beacuse i have never done this before.
If you do, I'll give you some basic ideas, but they might turn complex. So I'd be willing to help you.
accutally u know ieframe.dll (it comes up when you have an error connecting to the internet)
that has used its custom tag called <id>
Well, I can help you. (On chat) [off-topic] but go on chat. I invited you.[/off-topic].
You mean like
For a centered div?
He means, like you made the center tag:
Then in that you add for="class"
The center tag would only effect the ones that had the class, 'class', and the result would not have things without the class, 'class', affected.
which is the same thing as having the margin auto in the CSS.
only the one class is affected.
<b for class=".bold">
Apparently only "Hi" would be in bold.
Anyway, it seems very odd to me. There would be much better ways to organize that. And that would be confusing.