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Enkmar (New Admin) 9/17/2007 9:15 AM EST : Trouble Inserting Image
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Using the freeform feature, I'm having trouble getting images where I want them. I'm trying to make an area with text, but with an image in the same window, but not obstructing the view of the text - the text would work around the image instead.

I've got it almost working. In the area where I edit it, it looks perfect. But when I save it and refresh the website, where the image is supposed to be is blank, and the image for some reason is up hovering around the banner area.

Any help? Link is here.

Daruis1 (New Admin) 9/19/2007 6:00 AM EST : RE: Trouble Inserting Image
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I have been able to insert images with text Above and Below but never on either side.

Instead, I just use mouseovers so that the text appears when the mouse is held over it. 

Everdark (MVP) 9/19/2007 6:40 AM EST : RE: Trouble Inserting Image
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Looking at your page, your image appears to the right of the text.

If you want to wrap it, you could try using the Insert Table feature.

I'll see if I can get this to work right:

Hello, here is my lame attempt at word wrapping, if this works, my text should wrap img253/434/desymbwebstl3.jpgaround this pic, although I could be wrong as I never used this feature before. I am using two cells in this experiment, so I'm not sure if it will wrap or not, only trial and error will know for sure. You could try extra cells if this does not work. I will use two cells for this experiment, although you can use more to customize it to the way you want. How does it look?Now, you can enter another column to the right of the image and set the alignment to the upper left of the cell so that it would appear you are completely wrapping the image in the center. How does this look? Did it wrap correctly or does it look like crap?

OK, not sure if that was the look you were going for, you could play with it and get it to fit the way you want. In the above, I have picture alignment to the right, and cell alignments to the upper left (as I may have pointed out in the filler, a few times )

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