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From: Jennifer McKemie <>
Subject: Re: [FreeHelp] Presenting pictures in a list - looking for abetterway...?
Date: Mon, 27 Sep 2010 19:54:56 -0400
Barry, how very generous of you! Yes, you have the look there that I would
like, especially where the NY plaque has the text to the side..I'll mimic
that, thank you very much! Thank you for putting forth such effort,
especially after I made it so difficult with the txt. bad save at my end.
Thanks again for going above and beyond. VERY much appreciated!
On Mon, Sep 27, 2010 at 5:28 PM, Barry Carlson <> wrote:
> On Monday, September 27, 2010 7:06 AM (UTC+13)
> Jennifer McKemie wrote:-
> I'm working on a page today that is turning out a little awkwardly. It has
>> an unordered list and then within the list some smallish pictures. I
>> like the text to wrap around the pictures and for there to be a break
>> between the list items, so as to show that an image is with a particular
>> list item/description. But what is up now doesn't look good, in my
>> Here is the page in question:
>> The part I'm writing of in particular is under the heading of "In Honor of
>> Francis Makemie", there are two images...(I know I have to reformat them
>> be smaller :) Next on the agenda! )
>> Any suggestions on how to present this in a better, more attractive and
>> sensible way?
> The CSS file linked in your page was shown as .txt. However, I found and
> downloaded it and renamed it. As a consequence I have viewed your page the
> way you intended, and have made a few small changes that allow the text to
> go round a couple of images. Some images I downloaded, cropped and resized
> to make them more user friendly. I haven't done anything with the images in
> the bottom table, but I believe they would be better cropped and sized to
> fit the 300 x 200 pixel dimensions of the table cells.
> The Makemie Monument Park, Accomack County, Virginia map has been resized
> and is linked to a larger file. The instructions are there when you mouse
> over it.
> A test file is at:-
My family coat of arms ties at the back....is that normal?
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