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    html codes

    I cant figure out how to make a site without having to use the br code
    to break the line. Example.. Ill have a menu with multiple links on the side.
    But on the same area to the right / center I want a picture or another menu, how can i put it there without having to use the br code and breaking it? When i break it it doesnt match up and puts the next pic/menu/links on bottom of it. ... any help would be appreciated.. thnx

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    after reading through your post twice, i still dont think i understand u, you want a picture next to a menu? is that what you want? then y dont u just not use the br tag

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    I don't think I get you either .

    <plugin type="self" style="shameless: yes">
    However, it is possible to make a site withour using the <br>/<br /> tag - http://www.chilipie.co.uk/. All of the physical appearance has been done with CSS.
    </plugin>

    If you provide us with more information/a mockup of a design, we should be able to help you out more.

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    I know..

    Im really not sure how to explain it
    I want a link to the left, a link in center and a link on right.. with other links under them.
    Without having to have them on seperate lines of site. the first three links that is.
    I hope that helps..

    if not then its ok.
    Last edited by Joser; 02-28-2005 at 12:19 AM.

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    Picture?

    Could you give an example of the effect you're looking for, like an existing site that matches your ideas, or perhaps a simple sketch? No need for artwork, but you know the saying: "a picture says more then a thousand words"...
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    ok a site that has what im looking for is gamefaqs

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    How would I get the image on that side without it looking like I used <BR> and having it under the paragraph? I hope that helps

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronaldb66
    "a picture says more then a thousand words"...
    I always thought it was "a picture paints a thousand words?"
    ...Guess there would be many variations but it's the same meaning I guess.
    Omnis mico antequam dominus Spookster!

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    Language / translation

    Keep in mind that I'm not a native English speaker; I sort of directly translated the Dutch proverb into English. Yeah, I could have checked a dictionary...
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    I thought it was "a picture is worth a thousand words", but there you go .

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    Yeah. It was definitely a picture is worth a thousand words

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    Rose. smell.

    Picture. thousand. words. Ok?
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    Code:
    img {
     width: 50words;
     height: 20words;
     }
    This should add up just fine. Doesn't work in IE, though.


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    You're way too funny man .

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    getting back to the topic here, have two divs inside a container div, float one div left and put 3 paragraphs in it and float the other div right and put just the image in it and there u go u got what u are looking for i think
    Code:
    <div id="container">
    <div id="textstuff" style="float:left;width:50%;">
    <p>text here</p>
    <p>text here</p>
    <p>text here</p>
    </div>
    <div id="imagehere" style="float:right;width:50%;">
    <img src="yourimagehere.jpg">
    </div>
    </div>
    all styling should be done in a style sheet that goes in the head tags of your page or should be done in an external stylesheet, i just did inline styling for this example


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