Deprecated in HTML5. Do not use.

<tr align=””>

Attribute of
<tr> HTML Tag
What does <tr align=""> do?
Sets the horizontal alignment for the contents of each <td> element in a table row.

Code Example

<table>
  <tr align="center">
    <td>First column</td>
    <td>Second column</td>
    <td>Third column</td>
  </tr>
  <tr align="right">
    <td>First column</td>
    <td>Second column</td>
    <td>Third column</td>
  </tr>
  <tr align="left">
    <td>First column</td>
    <td>Second column</td>
    <td>Third column</td>
  </tr>
</table>
First column Second column Third column
First column Second column Third column
First column Second column Third column

How to Control Table Cell Alignment

The align attribute was once used to control the alignment of every <td> element contained in a <tr>. Three values were used most commonly with the attribute: left, right, and center. Justify and char could also be used, but were used much less frequently. This attribute has been deprecated. Instead of using the align attribute the CSS property text-align should be used. For example, we can recreate the table from the example at the top of this page with CSS instead of the align attribute.

<style> .first-row {   text-align: center; } .second-row {   text-align: right; } .third-row {   text-align: left; } </style> <table>   <tr class="first-row">     <td>First column</td>     <td>Second column</td>     <td>Third column</td>   </tr>   <tr class="second-row">     <td>First column</td>     <td>Second column</td>     <td>Third column</td>   </tr>   <tr class="third-row">     <td>First column</td>     <td>Second column</td>     <td>Third column</td>   </tr> </table> 

When we render that HTML in the browser, we will get the exact same table as was produced in the initial example.

.first-row{text-align: center;}.second-row{text-align: right;}.third-row{text-align: left;}

First column Second column Third column
First column Second column Third column
First column Second column Third column