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  1. #1
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    Jun 2003
    Madison, WI, USA
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    I posted about this awhile back and couldn't get a complete answer, and I now have a more specific/complex example so I will post again.

    I am trying to get an amount of text to wrap around an image, so I have broken the image up into sections to get it to wrap around. Each image belongs to the following class:

    IMG.reviewtitle { float: right; clear: right; margin-left: 2px; }

    Now, this *mostly* works, save for two major problems, each browser-specific.

    In IE, parts of the text are getting overlapped by the image.

    In Firefox, the *first* time I load the page, the text does not wrap at all, it just overlays the entire image. However, if I immediately refresh, it loads correctly.

    Here's an example link:

    I have read a few different tutorials and none really explain anything other than what I am already doing; I just can't figure out what could be causing the problems. Any and all help is very much appreciated! | R/C Tech


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    Senior Member Fallout's Avatar
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    Aug 2003
    Richmond, Virginia
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    In IE, have you tried adding a margin to the left side? It looks fine for me in 6.0 though. In FF, I get the same thing, and have no idea what you can do to fix it.

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