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Old 10-09-2011, 12:09 PM   #5
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OK, thanks for the explanation. So that's one problem fixed. About the align attribute of the img tag, though, it doesn't seem possible to use the same strategy. When I use, say, this:

Code:
<h1 class="titre-nouvelle" id="toc-anchor"><span><img style="align: absbottom;" alt="Jigai01.tif" src="../Images/Jigai01.jpg" /><img style="align: absbottom;" alt="Jigai02.tif" src="../Images/Jigai02.jpg" />&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;(Jigai)</span></h1>
Instead of 'align="absbottom"' directly, it doesn't do anything. I want the text "(Jigai)" to be aligned around the middle of the images. How could I do this?

For example here is a screenshot of what it looked like with align="absbottom"...

It wasn't perfect but still much better.

Here is what it looks like without the align attribute:

So, last question, how can I align the image and text without using the align attribute? There must be a way.

Thanks again for all the help. Much appreciated.
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