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    Right, I was wondering if the table pictured in the attachment can be done. I assume it can't be done using a table on its own, so some CSS is required? What I am looking for is to have an image in the top right and have the text continue from down the left hand side to below it.

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    Sorry :nervous: ...
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    Can't see an attachment.

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    Heh - just got in before my post.

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    You can have a table with the top right like that by using <colspan='2'> on the 2nd row <td> tag. I'm not sure about making text flow from the first <tr> to the 2nd though.

    If I was doing the same thing I would use one TD and add the attribute align="right" to the img tag (or do it through CSS) and make sure the you put valign="top" in the <td> tag.

    You might need to play with CSS to add padding around the image to gie a decent border.

    Hope that helps, I don't use tables for general layout so I'm a bit rusty.

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    Originally posted by mossoi
    [B]You can have a table with the top right like that by using <colspan='2'> on the 2nd row <td> tag. I'm not sure about making text flow from the first <tr> to the 2nd though.
    Wouldn't work, I want the text to flow like you said.

    If I was doing the same thing I would use one TD and add the attribute align="right" to the img tag (or do it through CSS) and make sure the you put valign="top" in the <td> tag.
    Wouldn't work

    Thanks for trying to help me, I am pretty sure this can't be done anyway.
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    Have a look at this to see if it's what you want. You'll need to point the img tag at your own image file though.

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    If I was doing the same thing I would use one TD and add the attribute align="right" to the img tag (or do it through CSS) and make sure the you put valign="top" in the <td> tag.
    If I've got the right end of the stick this method will work. It's what I've put in the attached file above.

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    Ah, you are a genius. Thanks a lot

    10TD for you.
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    Heh - no problem.


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