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Dear All

Is there an HTML way of aligning the images on this page
so that they appear evenly spaced relative to the text column on the
In a perfect world I would like the top of the first photo to be
aligned with the first line of text.

Jul 20 '05 #1
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Graham Cross wrote:
Is there an HTML way of aligning the images on this page
so that they appear evenly spaced relative to the text column on the
In a perfect world I would like the top of the first photo to be
aligned with the first line of text.

As you are using tables for layout you should be able to use
<td valign="top">
on that cell in which the first image sits, that way it should be
aligned with the text as that sits in a cell in the same table which
also has <td valign="top">


Martin Honnen

Jul 20 '05 #2

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