08-29-2006, 02:40 PM
Im trying to move images to certain places on the page, but I cant seem to do that. All I can do right now is line it up to the side by dragging it along with the small line cursor. Its probaly the default option.
What Im try to do is make the image move where ever I want it insted of dragging it to fixed places. Im sure its a pretty basic skill and available, but Ive never known how to do this.
08-29-2006, 03:06 PM
What purpose does this image dragging have? DreeamWeaver is a web page editor and will probably not be able to do anything that isn't possible with HTML & CSS. Images as content are bound to certain placement rules which don't allow them to be placed willy-nilly just anywhere on the page--apart from resorting to absolute positioning, which seems all the rage lately.
If I'm barking up the wrong tree here, please elaborate on "make the image move where ever I want it".
08-29-2006, 03:35 PM
I think you explained it.
Let me explain though, In Word, when you insert an image, you can change the settings of the layout. Once they are changed, the image usually have those small while dots on each corner and when you hover the mouse over it, the pointer with the 4 arrow appears, suggesting it can be moved anywhere on the page simiply by holding it down and moving it where ever you like. I was thining DW has a similar feature.