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Please tell me the HTML code so that I can put an image at the top of a page, and have the text wrap around it.
Thanx.
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by:a.marsh
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Some like this?

<p><img src="name.gif" width="50" height="50" align="left">lots of text here lots of text here lots of text here lots of text here lots of text here lots of text here lots of text here lots of text here lots of text here lots of text here lots of text here lots of text here lots of text here lots of text here lots of text here lots of text here lots of text here lots of text here lots of text here lots of text here lots of text here lots of text here lots of text here lots of text here lots of text here lots of text here lots of text here lots of text here lots of text here lots of text here lots of text here lots of text here lots of text here lots of text here lots of text here</p>

The key to it is the align="left"

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To increase the "margin" around the image you can use vspace and hspace:

<img src="name.gif" width="50" height="50" hspace="5" vspace="5" align="left">

:o)

Ant
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by:anocean
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Ant,
cuz you've been so patient with my HUGE ftp problem, and because you answered this question correctly, I took the liberty to raise the points to 350.  Just add a comment to this issue, and I'm going to close it out in your favor.  
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OH, shi*,
I thought I raised the points, but it didn't happen this way.  I'll try it again if doesn't show.
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I hope this works.
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by:anocean
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just found out about ee max.
just comment, please, ant
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The max you can do is 300. :o)

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>>>Just add a comment to this issue

Not sure what you mean?

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by:anocean
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Just putting 300 pts. in your column for this easy question, cuz you've persisted with me concerning the ftp upload question, which I don't want to close out, cuz I'm still unable to upload to websites.
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Very generous of you. :o)

Thank you!

I'm not sure what the problem is, but let's hope the ftp issue gets resolved.

:o)

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