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nimzrocks
10-31-2008, 01:36 PM
im trying to put a ad to my web site I want to put it in side my paragraph please tell me how to do it with div tags and please tell me it step by step
coz im new to this.

ppppppppppp
pppppppaaaa
pppppppaaaa
pppppppaaaa
pppppppaaaa
ppppppppppp
ppppppppppp
ppppppppppp

like this
Thank you.

domedia
10-31-2008, 02:02 PM
Look into CSS float, it sounds exactly what you're looking for.
Example:
element {float: right;}

nimzrocks
10-31-2008, 03:29 PM
Look into CSS float, it sounds exactly what you're looking for.
Example:
element {float: right;}

I glad to see your reply but im not a expert to get what you said so will you tell me by steps how to do that ?


Thank you

domedia
10-31-2008, 03:33 PM
No, I'm not going to write you a tutorial :)
Look in the CSS panel in DW, this is simpler than you think. If you're not familiar with CSS this is a great opportunity to look in the help files and get acquainted with it.

nimzrocks
10-31-2008, 04:08 PM
No, I'm not going to write you a tutorial :)
Look in the CSS panel in DW, this is simpler than you think. If you're not familiar with CSS this is a great opportunity to look in the help files and get acquainted with it.

hhhmm thats right coz im not gonna pay for your tutorial, I have stuck with this thats y I asked you a help and I know all the things depending on the money ! :( but I'll do it somehow and thanx for your demotivation :-x

domedia
10-31-2008, 05:10 PM
nimrocks I don't write tutorials for money, I volunteer free advice and help.
Your attitude is a little strange.

Does this make any sense to you? It's basically what you're looking for I think.
<img src="mage.jpg" style="float: right; position: relative; margin: 0 0 10px 10px;">

Rob_Che
10-31-2008, 09:22 PM
hhhmm thats right coz im not gonna pay for your tutorial, I have stuck with this thats y I asked you a help and I know all the things depending on the money ! :( but I'll do it somehow and thanx for your demotivation :-x

I don't think that's appropriate.
DoMedia is willing to 'help' but he can't babysit you through it.
You need to put some work in too. Did you take a look at Floating Divs?
Head to W3Schools and get the basics down

Good luck :)