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Removes an alignment character set by the attribute
This is an example usage in HTML for chOff
<element choff="p" ... >
This is an example usage in JS for chOff
p = object.chOff
This property has no default value.
The functionality specified by the HTML 4.0 standard for this property is not implemented.
There is no functionality implemented for this property unless defined by the author.
Note chOff functionality is described in the HTML 4.0 standard as the offset of alignment character.
|W3C Specification of chOff|
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