This property defines which side is used for the reference alignment so that text can flow round the other.
Setting the property value to none allows the object to be placed inline according to where it appears in the document source.
The following keywords can be used with this property:
IMG elements in Netscape Navigator 4 do not align in the same way as MSIE browser IMG elements. Since you can't access the style model in the same way, this is maybe a moot point but there are alternative ways to control alignment in each browser. So, assuming you could define the float attribute in both, Netscape Navigator 4 would still not position the IMG objects in the same way.
Netscape 6.0 supports the cssFloat property which is preferred and which avoids the conflict with the float keyword.