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which event is generated when changing text size?

Dear NGers,

I want to keep some images just left of some DIVs. But a change in text size
leaves my images at the original position. Which event is generated by
changing the text size from the toolbar??

tia

pablo k
Jul 20 '05 #1
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Dear NGers,

I want to keep some images just left of some DIVs. But a change in text size
leaves my images at the original position. Which event is generated by
changing the text size from the toolbar??


I think coding the page better would be more effective than using
client-side script that not everyone has.
Ask over in the CSS group - there is a way to keep the images in the
right spot, maybe with float or something.

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Jul 20 '05 #2
pablo wrote:
Dear NGers,

I want to keep some images just left of some DIVs. But a change in text size
leaves my images at the original position. Which event is generated by
changing the text size from the toolbar??

tia

pablo k


None, you can't trap that, so stop trying. Don't absolutely position anything if
it can't survive me changing the size or appearance of my UA.

Perhaps what you're trying to do is:

<div style="float:left;"><img ...></div>
<div style="float:right;">Text</div>

or something? Regardless, you should look to a solution that reflows properly at
all resolutions and text sizes. If that is not possible, I'd suggest you revisit
your design.

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Jul 20 '05 #3

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