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Float problem

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On this page:

http://planet.farnell.com/temp/FIO/publication_test.html

I want to float the image right, and then have the other content aligned to the left. What am I doing wrong?
Jan 15 '07 #1
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Right.

Getting there, but why won't the table follow on straight after the text?

It behaves as I'd expect it to in Firefox, but not IE 6.

I.e. I want the table to follow straight after the text, and not be below the image..
Jan 15 '07 #2

P: 6
Right.

Getting there, but why won't the table follow on straight after the text?

It behaves as I'd expect it to in Firefox, but not IE 6.

I.e. I want the table to follow straight after the text, and not be below the image..
I tried removing the "width: 100%;" in your ".pubtableBorder" rule. When viewed in IE, the table moved up right under the text and to the left of the image. But of course, all column widths were as narrow as possible.

I don't know the solutions, but I believe that the width parameter is the cause.
Jan 15 '07 #3

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As you say, removing the width parameter does work, but then the table doesn't fill the page as I'd like it to.

There must be another solution I'd have thought?
Jan 15 '07 #4

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