I think you will have to create an inline construction for this ie HTML container, click inside and insert 2 HTML containers - one for the graphic and 1 for the text. Adjust sizes then floats and clears to suit.
David is correct if you are constructing a loop like this then ideally you have an outer container thats going to contain the loop
then click inside this container so you see a flashing cursor
insert a loop start
then whilst the cursor is still flashing insert webyep image and
then again whilst the cursor is still flashing insert a WebYep rich-text
ht return on the keyboard
and still whilst the cursor is flashing insert a WebYep Loop end
now click on the pasteboard somewhere so nothing is active then click on the
now click on the WebYep image name the image and then click add the extended button and add this style indicated in bold: style=“float:left; margin:0px 10px 10px 0px;” save close the popup window
click on he webyep richtext item and name that
click on the outer container and either remove the height attribute from within the inspector palette or click on item/extended and add this to the div style tab: inside the name field type: height and inside the value field type: auto
Thanks for your replies guys but I still can’t get it to work!
The loop items were inside an HTML container. I’ve made it again following Max’ instructions and taken a screen shot of the Freeway page.
If you look here: http://126.96.36.199/yorkwalkies.co.uk/linksgallery.php
you can see the screenshot and HTML result.
I just can’t work out how to set the width of the text item!
Got it working.
The secret (as DeltaDave said - I was just too dim to understand!) was to insert inline HTML items and then apply the WebYeb actions to those rather than insert the WebYep action items directly. This allowed me to specify a width for the text item.