DroppedAttributeAlign

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align attribute on caption, iframe, img, input, object, legend, table, hr, div, h1, h2, h3, h4, h5, h6, p, col, colgroup, tbody, td, tfoot, th, thead, tr and body

Issue: Justification for the "align" attribute current dropped status.

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Rationale: Why Attribute Should Not be Included

  1. This presentational attribute is better handled by CSS.
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    • Separation of Concerns: "HTML should allow separation of content and presentation. For this reason, markup that expresses structure is usually preferred to purely presentational markup. However, structural markup is a means to an end such as media independence. Profound and detailed semantic encoding is not necessary if the end can be reached otherwise. Defining reasonable default presentation for different media may be sufficient. HTML strikes a balance between semantic expressiveness and practical usefulness. Names of elements and attributes in the markup may be pragmatic (for brevity, history, simplicity) rather than completely accurate."
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Rationale: Why Attribute Should be Included

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