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Old 12-02-2012, 09:33 AM   #1
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Keeping caption and illustration together

Hi,

First off, having had my last two posts "moved" I'm utterly confused about where I should be asking questions.

I am using Sigil, but it's really a question regarding HTML.

Here goes: I am preparing a book with an illustrated section there are three items on the page: 1) Caption, 2) Illustration and 3) Link back to the List of Illustrations.

My question is: how do I ensure that all three items are kept together, on screen, when the reader clicks on the "List of Illustrations" link in the prelims to get them to the illustration?

I've had this problem before where the caption is on one screen page and the illustration on the next. I am setting the illustration at 100% width and want it to re-size to accommodate both caption and the link back.

If I'm in the wrong forum again I apologise in advance.

John.
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