I'm Really Stuck

Discussion in 'Web Design and Hosting' started by Casper, Jun 10, 2008.

  1. Casper

    Casper New Member

    Hey everyone I'm using Dreamweaver too build my affiliate marketing website & all has been going well until now, I have been trying too wrap text around a image but I am having no success, I have tried looking through all the tutorials on the net but I can't seen too get any of them working so If someone could help me that would be great.
     
  2. Vishal P. Rao

    Vishal P. Rao Administrator Staff Member

    Have you used align="left" or align="right" attribute for the image tag?

    Example:

    [​IMG]Text
     
  3. getagrip

    getagrip Gold Member

    I don't know if this will work in Dreamweaver, but in NVU, if you click on an image, you can go to "Insert", the select "Image", then select how you want the text to wrap around the image. I don't know if Dreamweaver has this option, but it might have something similar...
     
  4. Casper

    Casper New Member

    Vishal P. Rao: Have you used align="left" or align="right" attribute for the image tag?

    Example:

    [​IMG]Text
    I used the following command which someone gave me on another forum & it worked: mg src="whatever.jpg" style="float: right; padding: 1em;"
     
  5. Vishal P. Rao

    Vishal P. Rao Administrator Staff Member

    Oh yes, that works fine too.
     
  6. Newbie Shield

    Newbie Shield Gold Member

    Hi Casper,

    I've used Dreamweaver in the past. As far as WYSIWYG editors go, it's a good one. It's better to use non-WYSIWYG editors but you'd have to know html and css well to use those. So, if you don't know code very well, you can stick with Dreamweaver.

    Vishal's code will work. Your code is almost written correctly but you are missing a single character at the very beginning, so it won't work as you have displayed it.

    You need to put the letter "i" at the beginning of the "img..." command otherwise it won't call up the image.

    Let us know if you are still stuck after making the change in your code or after using Vishal's suggestion.

    ~Newbie Shield~
     
  7. Casper

    Casper New Member

    Newbie Shield: Hi Casper,

    I've used Dreamweaver in the past. As far as WYSIWYG editors go, it's a good one. It's better to use non-WYSIWYG editors but you'd have to know html and css well to use those. So, if you don't know code very well, you can stick with Dreamweaver.

    Vishal's code will work. Your code is almost written correctly but you are missing a single character at the very beginning, so it won't work as you have displayed it.

    You need to put the letter "i" at the beginning of the "img..." command otherwise it won't call up the image.

    Let us know if you are still stuck after making the change in your code or after using Vishal's suggestion.

    ~Newbie Shield~ Yeah that was a typo but I did put the entire command into my code & it worked so I'm happy now.
     

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