HTML question - Phil's Rambling Rants
|Date:||September 29th, 2004 07:12 am (UTC)|| |
No, I'm not using a table. I shouldn't need to use a table to specify how one paragraph of text flows around one image, but HTML isn't all it should be.
|Date:||October 1st, 2004 12:53 am (UTC)|| |
You do need a table to specify that; what you do is put the text in one column, and the picture in the other. Then you can align the text to your liking.
Can I make the table force the picture's column to the exact size of the picture and allow the text column to use whatever's left? What happens if there isn't enough room left for the text at all? Without tables, it ends up above or below the picture.
|Date:||October 1st, 2004 12:30 pm (UTC)|| |
You can do that, but if there is not enough room for the text it will get ugly.
What about putting the text under the picture, as a sort of caption?
The picture isn't nearly wide enough to use the whole width of the page on any reasonable sized browser window, but I don't want to produce HTML that looks too shitty if the window is small.