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aligning graphic vertically next to text

Posted on 2011-03-17
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http://www.sterlingmodular.com/v2/pro-series.asp

Is there any possibility of aligning the graphic text next to the HTML text in a cross-browser way, so that it reads in-line? I've tried all the HTML align choices,nothing even comes close.

Thank you!
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rucky544 earned 500 total points
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You could do something like this:

<h1 style="float:left; line-height:36px;">Pro Series</h1> 
<img height="36" width="209" border="0" src="art/tx_bysterlingmodular.jpg" alt="by Sterling Modular" style="float:left; padding-left:5px;">
<div style="clear:left;"></div>

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That seems to work great, thanks!
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