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In a file in Netscape Editor, http://www.geocities.com/Yosemite/3781/horses.html
I have inserted an image which is aligned with wrapped text as shown on the last buttons on the right under Image-Proterties-Alignment. But the text is not beside the picture....text begins at bottom RH corner.  Why? how can I move the text up?
TIA
Lyndall
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gambito042797 earned 50 total points
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The best way to manage all those situations is with tables, it is very easy and it does solve all the problems of putting together images and text. you just have to create a two columns table with the image in the left and the text in the rigth. This way you can be sure that everything is aligned in all browsers.

Try

<table border=0>
  <tr>
     <td> <img href="your image"> </td>
      <td> your text </td>
  </tr>
  <tr>
     <td> <img href="your image"> </td>
      <td> your text </td>
  </tr>
   ...........
</table>
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by:lyndall
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Thank you for your response. I do understand BASICS of HTML but I am using Netscape Editor.  Gambito's answer is intelligible but does not explin NETSCAPE EDITOR solution. I can only access HTML after I have loaded the page to Geocities.  Anyway, as I later posted, I found my own answer upon loading the page to Geocities.  For some reason the changes are only seen when loaded to a browser.
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