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Bob Sutherton20,160 Points
Floating a lot of images
Have you ever been working on a project where you were asked to squeeze a lot of images into text? I was editing an interview for someone and they had a ton of images which they wanted me to fit into the interview. About 50 images.
The only method I know is the float method. I suggested that we omit some of the photos but they wanted to keep them all. So I pressed on, and got it done, but there were some straggling lines of text, so to speak (if you know what I mean).
So, was I right in suggesting to eliminate some of the photos or is there another way to make a lot of images float nicely?
Andreas cormackPython Web Development Techdegree Graduate 33,011 Points
yes its possible to float them properly long as you get your width calculations correct. Make sure all width values are in % and you take into account your margins.