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Wrapping Text In Front Page
text wrapping in front page
bostons4u




msg:3257022
 5:36 pm on Feb 19, 2007 (gmt 0)

I put a Google size box on my page, and it pushed all my text downward. How do I rap it around the google ad box?

 

sagerock




msg:3257136
 7:26 pm on Feb 19, 2007 (gmt 0)

You might need to create another table or something along those lines to help with this. Try splitting your table cell into 2 columns. Put your text in one of the new cells and put your ad box in the other column. That might help you.

bostons4u




msg:3258331
 12:13 am on Feb 21, 2007 (gmt 0)

Ok this is where my inexperience shows through. Isn't there any html code I could just put in there instead?

grandpa




msg:3258336
 12:21 am on Feb 21, 2007 (gmt 0)

You must be looking for this:
<wraptext>Wrap this text around an image</wraptext>

It doesn't exist! Do a search for float text around image ad you'll see some examples of how it is done. Generally speaking, the method will require the use of CSS.

prairiedweller




msg:3263042
 1:58 am on Feb 25, 2007 (gmt 0)

where is the pic in relation to the added text; upper left? right?
If I understand your question, selecting "format" and then "position", in FP, you can select one of the available wrapping/positioning styles. I didn't quite like what was available, so ended up using the following tag:
(in the image tag, you must specify if you want the img "center", "left", "right" etc)
<span class="text">put text here
close with </span>

I hope I explained that right

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