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Layout changes when I add an image (CMS)

Thread began 8/27/2010 11:02 am by elevy388997 | Last modified 9/27/2010 6:14 pm by elevy388997 | 2190 views | 16 replies

Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Not through webassist, no.

a div is just a design building block.

Really in css layouts you have two types of containers:
div
span

a div containier is a block level container, it conforms to the css block model.

it is the equivilant of a table data cell.

a span is an inline level element.
It can be more flexable and flow around a block level element.

think in terms of a paragraph that is flowing around an image.

there are many resources on line that can get you started:
DIV-Based-Layout-with-CSS/

tutorials.php?page=1&c_id=24

are just a couple.

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