vAlign attribute (col, tbody, td, tr, ...)
Specifies the vertical alignment of the text within an object.
You can use the vertical-align style property instead.
String that sets the vertical alignment.
One of the following values:
|Base line of the first line of text is aligned with the base lines in adjacent objects.|
|Text is aligned to the bottom of the object.|
|Text is aligned to the middle of the object. Same as middle.|
|Default. Text is aligned to the middle of the object. Same as center.|
|Text is aligned to the top of the object.|
Example HTML code 1:
This example illustrates the use of the vAlign attribute:
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