How to insert pic on one side and txt on the other
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Winters@winters83 13th Aug 2014

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Can someone tell me if it is possible to insert a picture on the left or right side of a custom web page and then have text running down the opposite side of the picture. like in this example.



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Winters@winters83 14th Aug 2014

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Anyone? Yes, no, maybe????


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fapclan 14th Aug 2014

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*Offtopc,

We play STO as well man so nice to see someone playing it as well.
Our Starbase is lvl 3 and we did it with just 2 guys
Winters@winters83 14th Aug 2014

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Quote*Offtopc,

We play STO as well man so nice to see someone playing it as well.
Our Starbase is lvl 3 and we did it with just 2 guys
...Sweet, we have nearly finished our first one but it's an awful grind! lol



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fapclan 17th Aug 2014

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Yeah it is expensive man
With how many are you guys?
UKKorby 17th Aug 2014

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*off topic - I personally play STO also, been playing since beta and i totally agree with you on the grind, feel free to add me in-game @korbin

Anyway, maybe this will help you

<img data-original=”IMAGE URL” align=”left” /><p>Your text goes here.</p>

You can add margins to a picture by using the following CSS styling code.

<img data-original=”IMAGE URL” align=”left” style=”margin: 0px 10px 0px 0px;” /><p>Your text goes here.</p>

The above code uses the MARGIN CSS element to add 10 pixels of whitespace on the right side of the image. Since you may have aligned the image left, you will want to add the whitespace to the right.

Basically, the four numbers represent TOP RIGHT BOTTOM LEFT. So if you want to add the whitespace to a right-aligned image, you would do this:

 <img data-original=”IMAGE URL” align=”right” style=”margin: 0px 0px 0px 10px;” /><p>Your text goes here.</p>

There may be times when you have to copy and paste text into a field and can use these HTML tags to wrap the text around the image


Winters@winters83 18th Aug 2014

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QuoteYeah it is expensive man
With how many are you guys?
...Oh we have a couple of hundred members and a KDF Fleet too. Just starting to bring other Fleets online and probably gonna expand more by looking for medium sized Fleets to fly under our banner as it were.



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Winters@winters83 18th Aug 2014

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Quote*off topic - I personally play STO also, been playing since beta and i totally agree with you on the grind, feel free to add me in-game @korbin

Anyway, maybe this will help you

<img data-original=”IMAGE URL” align=”left” /><p>Your text goes here.</p>

You can add margins to a picture by using the following CSS styling code.

<img data-original=”IMAGE URL” align=”left” style=”margin: 0px 10px 0px 0px;” /><p>Your text goes here.</p>

The above code uses the MARGIN CSS element to add 10 pixels of whitespace on the right side of the image. Since you may have aligned the image left, you will want to add the whitespace to the right.

Basically, the four numbers represent TOP RIGHT BOTTOM LEFT. So if you want to add the whitespace to a right-aligned image, you would do this:

 <img data-original=”IMAGE URL” align=”right” style=”margin: 0px 0px 0px 10px;” /><p>Your text goes here.</p>

There may be times when you have to copy and paste text into a field and can use these HTML tags to wrap the text around the image

...Awesome!!! Thanks a mil for that!! I'm not really big on CSS or HTML (All BB Code on my websites!! ) so never really tried it but you have helped me a lot there by giving me a starting point. Thanks again dude!



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UKKorby 20th Aug 2014

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Your very welcome! I have my own challenge right now so I understand what you mean.
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