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    I am tryign to figure out what code would be used to formate text around an image... you see it on news sites all the time.. so the story goes all the way around the image.. .. any ideas?
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    Welcome to the board, emosucksdotnet! Interesting choice of nickname.
    Code:
    <IMG SRC=(your image) (width and height specs) ALIGN=center (or left, or right, depending where you want it>
    The ALIGN is the key part there since it aligns your image to a spot on the page.
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    Align=center doesn't work I've found... right and left do though. If you want it in center, I think you have to use css/tables.... not sure.
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    thank yew and well emosucks.net was a domain I registerd a while back... it has a story behind it lol.



    I shall use this code to see if it work.
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    Normally they dont put the image at the center. only left or right.
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    Well some of the news sites.. toss images right in the center of things.. i tried that code.. and couldnt get it going.. can some one toss up an example page? I would be super thankful.
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    Well... basically..

    Code:
    <img src="myimg.jpg" align=right>
    Look at my content go... woo it's the coolest content int the world, and it even wraps around my image.
    Example of something I just did a few min ago.. http://www.towerframing.com/shows/pardee.html Where the second image (purple) describing the book of shapes - had I more conent it would have flowed down the side of the image, and then started filling up underneath it

    Basically, the align attribute in <img> tags acts differently than other uses, it doesn't neccesarily align the image, rather decide how text wraps around the image. left and right are the only two options as far as I know... I've never had a use to look it up further though.
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    thx
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