Html element #2 - Page 1 - Post ID 278481


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How do I put an image / text together with an html element?
I have divided a column (4 - 8), left side has the html element, right side should contain text or images.
Left side corresponds to an accordion menu that is filled automatically by Mysql calls. This runs very well.
Instead the images and the text seem to me down and not on the right side, as I want.
I have tried in a container and I can not do it.
Working RFF 2.5 500
Any help is welcome.

Carlos

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If you have divided a column in 4-8, it should work ok, but make sure you don't have any width margins on the columns, as that will make them wider, and then one drops to the next line.
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Hi, Inger,

No, it's the same. I even lowered it to 4 - 6.
It seems that the html element wants the whole row for itself

Carlos


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Can you post a link so we can see it?
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Carlos,
I am posting a wee test file. 4-8 divided column, left an html element (nothing in it though), and right an image and some text.
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charliej wrote:
Hi, Inger,

No, it's the same. I even lowered it to 4 - 6.
It seems that the html element wants the whole row for itself

Carlos

What size is the iframe or whatever you have inside the html element (sometimes that overrides the actual sizes of the html element especially if its set to width = auto)
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Ok, ok, I believe that as always the error is of oneself, although I can not find it.
Perhaps seeing the source code of this link:
http://hot-spring.puconenlinea.com/coffeecup/
you could deduct something.

This post, I think, responds to all.

Thank you all

Carlos


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It would be much easier to find out what is going on if you could post the .rsd file. Zip it up and attach it here, or if it it too big, pop it in your dropbox.

From what I was able to see, you apparently have added the image after sliding up past a couple of breakpoints. But that is quite a different problem.
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The column layout is correct when looking at the page source however when the page is loaded it seems to me the second column you have defined is being nested in the first. Both columns should be children of the same row but they are not. I suspect the html or css for the html menu element is causing this to occur.

You could try wrapping the html element in a container but I do not have a clue why the above seems to be occuring without further investigation into some sort of a project file.
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I used Find on the source code. There appear to be 19 opening "<div" finds, but only 18 closing "</div>" finds. It may be that inserting the missing closing <div> will work the trick.

Frank

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