| 12:25 pm on Jun 26, 2003 (gmt 0)|
I think you may be able to do this using a script - not sure. But I have to ask why you would want a script to do this. I imagine the code would be complicated and bulky and would difficult to control especially around curves. As you said something like pagemaker could do it - or Photoshop or Fireworks. I suggest you use a 'text to path' tool in either and export as part of your image.
[edited by: limbo at 1:22 pm (utc) on June 26, 2003]
| 12:26 pm on Jun 26, 2003 (gmt 0)|
Unfortunately not. On an html page, all elements are box shaped - 4 straight lines. Even though your image is a circle, it is enclosed in a box and that is how the browser sees it.
| 1:16 pm on Jun 26, 2003 (gmt 0)|
Not tried this, but it should be possible to slice the image into a few smaller boxes and get this effect.
Sounds messy, though
| 1:56 pm on Jun 26, 2003 (gmt 0)|
As 4eyes cleverly said, this could be done using boxes around your circular image.
papabaer, a senior member teaches how to do it:
CSS Image Text Wrap [bigbaer.com]
| 2:52 pm on Jun 26, 2003 (gmt 0)|
It certainly does! Even with papbaer's solution, is it really worth all that extra effort? Is the end result that aethetically pleasing to warrant it?
In my opinion, it's not - but, that's just my (very) humble opinion! ;)
| 5:20 pm on Jun 26, 2003 (gmt 0)|
The other option is to use float image chunks [meyerweb.com] ala Eric Meyer.