how to control location of images on a webpage ?

Discussion in 'HTML' started by A Jozef, Nov 26, 2003.

  1. A Jozef

    A Jozef Guest

    I have to make a webpage with lots of clickable images.
    I use Word 2000 as html editor - which may not be the best but I'm used to
    it and do not have time now to learn other editors.
    I try to arrange the images on rows of 3 images.
    I arrange them in Word (webpage creation) with 3 tabs and I try to keep each
    line or row as short as possible in order to avoid that the 3rd image would
    exceed the right margin of the webpage.
    I also reduce each image to 5cm by 5 cm again to exceed overflow on the
    right.
    In Word this looks perfect.
    Still I do not succeed in controlling at all the result in Explorer !!
    Once I get a nice page with 3 images per row - the next time there will be 2
    images on the first row, the next row one image in the center and the next
    line maybe one image on the left .....

    How can I control this ???????

    and how can I understand the logic of Explorer when opening a webpage.

    Is there a good help file on the web (preferably in Dutch) which explains
    this mystery ??

    It is 17.00 in belgium and I should be ready for tomorrow

    and for the moment all i am doing is "trial and error" in Word 2000

    Can somebodey help ?
     
    A Jozef, Nov 26, 2003
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  2. A Jozef

    Sid Ismail Guest

    On Wed, 26 Nov 2003 17:12:03 +0100, "A Jozef" <jozefleon(remove anti
    spam)@skynet.be> wrote:

    : I have to make a webpage with lots of clickable images.

    Surround each line below with <a href="..."> and </a> :
    <img src="..." hspace=4 vspace=2 width=.. height=.. alt="..">
    <img src="..." hspace=4 vspace=2 width=.. height=.. alt="..">
    <img src="..." hspace=4 vspace=2 width=.. height=.. alt="..">
    <img src="..." hspace=4 vspace=2 width=.. height=.. alt="..">
    <img src="..." hspace=4 vspace=2 width=.. height=.. alt="..">
    <img src="..." hspace=4 vspace=2 width=.. height=.. alt="..">
    <img src="..." hspace=4 vspace=2 width=.. height=.. alt="..">
    <img src="..." hspace=4 vspace=2 width=.. height=.. alt="..">
    <img src="..." hspace=4 vspace=2 width=.. height=.. alt="..">
    <img src="..." hspace=4 vspace=2 width=.. height=.. alt="..">

    : I use Word 2000 as html editor - which may not be the best but I'm used to
    : it and do not have time now to learn other editors.

    But time to ask here? What does that say about your character?
    Please learn html.

    That Word2000 does some HTML is a terrible accident.

    : I try to arrange the images on rows of 3 images.

    Why? On resolution 640 width, 2 is ok, while on 1200 res, even 5 is ok!

    Sid
     
    Sid Ismail, Nov 26, 2003
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  3. A Jozef

    Steve R. Guest

    A Jozef wrote in message ...
    > I use Word 2000 as html editor
    > Can somebodey help ?


    Yes, DO NOT use 'Word'.

    It carries so much HTML mark-up, than any pages you publsih will take so long to download, that
    folks won't bother to look at them anyway, so it'll be a total waste of time and effort on your part

    If you're used to working with word, get hold of a copy of 'Frontpage' and that works similarly, Not
    'perfect' but much better :~)

    Steve.
     
    Steve R., Nov 26, 2003
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  4. A Jozef

    lostinspace Guest

    ----- Original Message -----
    From: "Steve R." <>
    Newsgroups: alt.html
    Sent: Wednesday, November 26, 2003 11:41 AM
    Subject: Re: how to control location of images on a webpage ?


    > A Jozef wrote in message ...
    > > I use Word 2000 as html editor
    > > Can somebodey help ?

    >
    > Yes, DO NOT use 'Word'.
    >
    > It carries so much HTML mark-up, than any pages you publsih will take so

    long to download, that
    > folks won't bother to look at them anyway, so it'll be a total waste of

    time and effort on your part
    >
    > If you're used to working with word, get hold of a copy of 'Frontpage' and

    that works similarly, Not
    > 'perfect' but much better :~)
    >
    > Steve.
    >
    >


    Too add to Steve's suggestion?
    If you happen to acquire FP?
    MAKE SURE that you do NOT copy and paste from Word to FP, rather from Word
    to NotePad to FP.
     
    lostinspace, Nov 26, 2003
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