..well that is the question.
Here is an example of how I would like the result to be (look halfway down the page): http://www.ecstechnics.com/modules/page.phtml?dimensionid=18&pageid=24
I can make a simple header that sits to the right of a left floated picture, but as soon as I make a class with a simple line drawn underneath in it and attach that to the header, the line goes straight thru the picture.
I attached the main css file as text file.
The style applies to the container called "inhoud"; the classes used to draw line are .wide (full container width) and .short (400px wide). It is this last one that I need to work with a floating picture.
Thanks for any suggestions
Your example page is built with tables. Images are in <td>. Descriptions are in adjacent <td>.
CSS floats do not behave the same as table columns. You should place your headings above the float.
See my example here (view page source to see the CSS and HTML code).
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Why are you asking the same question in multiple threads?!
See my reply in Re: CSS style rule question: positioning of block level next to image where I said:
See my reply #8 in your other thread Re: css style rule question
Although you may want a .shortRight and a .shortLeft, now.
Mark "Daisy Chain" Boyd
I find your answer very helpful. I hope this sample page stays up a while, I will copy it today or tomorrow. But would there be no solution to floating of a header to the right of an image? Your example puts the header on top, I would love to see the header next to (at the right of) the image.
my apologies for the confusion I created; I saw no reply at first to my initial post and thought that I did not word it clear enough, and so I posted it again, and added the css attachment. But I see my mistake, I know better now. Thank you all for your help; next time I will stick to my original post.
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