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  1. #1
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    Question Content right next to my image

    Hello guys,

    I could need some help, I just started Webdeveloping and I tried to create a first Website, but I came across a problem:
    Dreamer's Reality - Mozilla Firefox_001.jpg

    Thats the way it should work, everywhere the same distance, but whenever I add some Text this perfection is destroyed:

    Dreamer's Reality - Mozilla Firefox_002.jpg

    So I want my Text to align to my image and whenever I add more text, it should not be shown.

    Help on this would be really appreciated.


    Greetings haily


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    Post up your code. is a great place to post it so we can mess with it.

    A quick nudge in the right direction: The text is flowing around the image like it is supposed to according to the spec. This will happen when any element is either set to display: inline-block or some kind of float. The image will need a container that is greater than or equal to the height of the text.
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    The CSS tag you are looking for is "overflow:none". You can either place image and text in the same container (a <div> for instance) or you can place the image in one, the text in another and limit the text length by setting the height of the container div and the overflow:none parameter.

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