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Posted on 1998-11-20
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Hi,
How do you make text wrap around graphics, the best I can do is get one line of text to the side of a graphic.
What I need is to have the text flow around the graphics.
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Use the Align tag
e.g. <IMG SRC="plop.gif" ALIGN="center">
TOP       Surrounding text is aligned with the top of the image.
MIDDLE       Surrounding text is aligned with the middle of the image.
CENTER       Surrounding text is aligned with the center of the image.
BOTTOM       Surrounding text is aligned with the bottom of the image.
LEFT       The picture is drawn as a left-flush floating image, and text flows around it.
RIGHT       The picture is drawn as a right-flush floating image, and text flows around it.

You could also put everything ina table to control text flow around the image.
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