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Old 12-23-2012, 04:25 PM   #2
dgatwood
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Historically, HTML/CSS didn't really have a mechanism for that. Content either appears in the flow at a particular point or is absolutely placed relative to the viewport or page. Neither one would result in what you're asking for.

I think the best you can realistically do is to put it on a separate page that's outside the flow and provide a link to it (<a name="backref001" href="...">show</a>) and make the image be a link back (<a href="origfile.html#backref001">).

In theoretical future readers that support all of CSS3, you might be able to to this:

Code:
img { move-to: page-top; }
but I don't expect any reader to support that currently. At last check, even browsers don't support it yet. Maybe in five years.
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