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How to Wrap Text Around an Image With CSS
Adding text and images to websites is easy. Text is added with standard HTML tags like paragraphs, headings, and lists, while images are placed on a page with the <img> element. Once you have added an image to your web page, however, you might want to have the text flow next to the image, rather than align below it (which is the default way an image added to HTML code will render in the browser). Technically, there are two ways you can achieve this look, either by using CSS (recommended) or by adding the visual instructions directly into the HTML (not recommended, since you want to maintain the separation of style and structure for your website).
image  wraparound  text  html  css  guide  lifewire 
august 2018 by inspiral

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