6277Re: [NH] Tidy config file
- Nov 27, 2007At 11:01 AM 11/25/2007 , you wrote:
>No, the <p> tag is intended for delimiting paragraphs in body text. BUTYep, you are right.
>paragraphs CAN contain images. For instance, lots of chat & blog sites,
>and IM/e-mail clients, nowadays will replace the traditional
>character-based smileys with pictures embedded in the text. That's
>perfectly valid HTML.
>Actually, the most peculiar thing about this tag and its siblings, the
><h1>...<h6> tags, is that they are block elements, but they cannot
>contain other body elements. That is, they are not "full-fledged" block
> > Also, is the <br> needed in your example above?
> > I did/did not included it and saw no difference in formatting.
>Well, I assumed that you wanted the text _below_ the images (as opposed
>to beginning on the right of the image). If you take out the <br> and
>the image is not wide enough to fill up the provided area, the text will
>begin to the right of the image instead of below it.
Forgot to mention I was using a
<http://epicroadtrips.us/2007/summer/california/index.php>two column layout
and the images and text seem to wrap automatically without the use of <br>.
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