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  1. #1
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    Apr 2005
    Hatfield, England
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    My design requires text to slide around a background image however I am not greatly sure how to it.

    I could indent the first paragraph however this looks a little odd. The bottom of my background image overlaps the top left of my page meaning that my text needs to look something like this..

    --------- This is paragraph one
    ------ This is paragraph one continued
    --- This is paragraph one still continuing.
    This is where the rest of paragraph one sits

    I guess I could create a php script that counts the characters and thus add's div's with custom indents and line breaks after a set amount of characters. However before I went down that route I was wondering if CSS had any built in functions to deal with this?


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    Atlanta, GA
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    This might be useful for you:

    If it's a freeform image, then yes, your methodology is just about all you can use.

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