USe CSS to create an image text wrap effect

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  • Dzhavat Ushev

    Thanks for the tutorial.
    It is really nice and tricky but it would`ve been better insted of explaining the CSS code to show it. :) :)
    Or maybe put them both.
    Anyway, thanks again.

  • Lin

    I agree, SHOW the css code.

    Much easier to follow.

  • http://Twitter.com/lambday Lambday

    what is your favorite position ?

  • http://www.kodamotiv.com Tomas B

    Too many div’s in that code. And what happened to h1, h2 tags? You could use only one div with background image and then use h1 instead of div#topline, h2 instead of div#leadline. You can also style p tag and get rid of div#body text.

    In that way your code would be much more semantic as it is now.

  • http://www.vu-tran.com Vu Tran

    I agree with Tomas B. Using h1, and and h2 would be more ideal for title, and subtitle. Using the div’s on all the text works, but is not ideal because it makes it seem like all those text div’s are of the same importance, while obviously the h1, and h2 tags would separate itself from the body text.

  • CodeCollective

    Yeah please update – no point leaving out CSS code on a Tip/Tut like this right?