Hey everyone --
I've searched high and low, and I can't find any indication of whether this can be done or not.
To put it in context, consider that I have an XML page, which defines a) a block of text and b) any number of images and a location where they should go. (ie and x/y coordinate).
That aspect works fine. However, I want to display the block of text, and then the images placed within the text, at the locations that are indicated.
Just setting the position puts the images down in the right places, but overlapping the text. I want to see the text wrap around -- so the page looks natural.
I've tried some other ideas in the forum, but they all seem to rely on putting the image tag in the correct place. I want to be able to put all my image tags in the same place, only with different positions marked on each
Anyone tried this? Or is it beyond the ability of CSS?