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I have always understood nbsp to stand for non-breaking-space. Correct?
So why would firefox 1.0.4 render the image below the text? I don't care that the column width may not be wide enough to fit the image - it should still adhere to my instruction to place the image on the same line! Surely?
Can anyone shed some light on this?
It is confusing. does indeed mean non-breaking space, but that's not what it does. As you know browsers collapse white space, a dozen white spaces equals one in display. But forces whitespaces, so forces three white spaces.
Since the nbsp won't shrink, and the image plus the nbsp doesn't fit side-by-side in the column you are forcing them onto seperate lines.
Don't confuse line-break with space-break!