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Aligning Images

You can place images on web pages almost anywhere: in a table, by themselves, or next to text. If the image is on the same line as the text, the text appears at the bottom of the image by default. You can alter the positioning of the text by adjusting the alignment of the image. There are five different alignments possible, as shown in Figure 11.5:

  • Normal— The first line of text is displayed along the bottom of the image and subsequent lines start beneath the image.

  • Top— The first line of text is displayed along the top of the image and subsequent lines start beneath the image.

  • Left— The image is placed on the left side of the page and the text starts at the top of the image and continues next to the image.

  • Right— The image is placed on the right side of the page and the text starts at the top of the image and continues next to the image.

  • Middle— The first line of text is displayed in the middle of the image; if the text is longer than the page width, it continues beneath the image.


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