Msg#: 4651055 posted 12:18 am on Mar 11, 2014 (gmt 0)
I've found setting a width and height on the outermost DIV usually fixes up most of these widgets 'not playing nice' with layout.
How you treat images in your CSS may have an influence (sum of all dimensions exceeds calculated width - differnt browser/OS react differently). I use a short reset on IMG for outline:none and border:none. A few I had to add overflow:hidden to stop the wonkyness. Boxing them like above I've found fixes almost all of the major issues.
Msg#: 4651055 posted 3:30 pm on Mar 13, 2014 (gmt 0)
It does have a width parameter, but I changed it from 292 to 140 just to see and it still dropped the images to the next line. The widths of the other two images are 206 and 203. (pixels). It appears the div is the problem, but I can't take it out.