HTML MOVEMENT

Hi Guys, im brand new to this. I have built a website and been self training through all the manuals. My question is that when I set html text out its moving onto a graphic below (looks ok on freeway but not browser). How do I get the graphic to automatically move down on the web browser. Driving me mad. Im doing this as a css. Thanks


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Just for testing purposes, try the following on an entirely blank new page:

Insert a HTML-item (we’ll call this DIV later).

Double-click into this so you see the flushing cursor and insert some text. At the end of your text (still having the blinking cursor-mark, choose “INSERT → Graphic Item” from the context menu. So text and image are sitting both in a parent item (preferably set its height to be flexible). Growing text will push the graphic down.

This is called “inflow” and can be thought big - for the start you need to understand, that items, placed by drop’n drag are each living on their own layer, not knowing from each other.

Cheers

Thomas


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Would I be best starting off as a table layout or maybe with Box Models instead. I will try again when im home tonight


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On 2 Mar 2015, 2:15 pm, Paul Proudman wrote:

Would I be best starting off as a table layout

Never use tables for layout purposes. http://shouldiusetablesforlayout.com

or maybe with Box Models instead. I will try again when im home tonight

That’s the commonly known name for Inflow-Layout in Freeway (and politically slightly incorrect, but this doesn’t matter at all) and yes - that’s the method to choose (at least in my small understanding).

The above mentioned method is the BM-light version :slight_smile:

Cheers

Thomas


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