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Images with wrap-around text

Thread began 8/11/2009 12:16 pm by palmspringslen386473 | Last modified 8/11/2009 9:05 pm by palmspringslen386473 | 3107 views | 2 replies |


Images with wrap-around text


I saw the "free CSS layouts" that this page says were all created with CSS Sculptor:


In the thumbnails for those layouts, they all illustrate an image holder with wrap-around text in at least one of the columns for all of the samples. Yet, when I click the links and download the layouts there are no image holders.

Since it says that these were all done in CSS Sculptor, exactly how are the images holders inserted using your software?

I bought the software with this ease of insertion in mind and would like to do it as easily as your advertising indicates.

Thank you.

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Neil Beadle

Adding Custom divs using CSS Sculptor 2.0

Take a look at the Adding Custom divs using CSS Sculptor 2.0 How To found on the CSS Sculptor Support page.

Hover over Support > Choose Eric Meyer's CSS Sculptor, then expand the How To's section.
Or click this link: csss2_adding_custom_divs_ht.pdf

This provides a generic introduction to adding custom divs, and should give you enough information to achieve the result you are looking for.

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I'll try that link, Neil. I guess I just thought that the thumbnail images would be accurate representations of the actual sample files that they're supposed to download. I always learn faster with real samples.


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