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How to place text so it's not hidden by image

Hi everyone!
I'm just starting to get acquainted with html/css so my question might seem simple.
So, I want to insert two images like hyperlinks to other pages. They should be under each other, on the left. Another thing is a logo, which is again an image and link to the homepage. Placed in the center. I managed to place all these the way I want, but when I start to insert text in the main body, it is hidden behind the logo.
What should i do?
I'm attaching the scheme of what I'm talking about
Thank you!
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Jul 10 '10 #1
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TheServant
1,168 Expert 1GB
I suggest looking up the CSS property 'float' and then the <img /> element to get started. Once you have done that we can show you some more tricky things.
Jul 10 '10 #2
Dormilich
8,658 Expert Mod 8TB
I suggest looking up the CSS property 'float'
not to forget the 'clear' CSS property, which is very useful when working with floats.
Jul 13 '10 #3

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