Year Sales
2000 $18M
2001 $25M
2002 $36M
YearSales
2000$18M
2001$25M
2002$36M

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Class of 1956 at their 45th Reunion

Class of 1956 at their 45th Reunion

Class of 1956 at their 45th Reunion

Class of 1956 at their 45th Reunion

Class of 1956 at their 45th Reunion

Class of 1956 at their 45th Reunion

Class of 1956 at their 45th Reunion

2002 Reunion
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2002 Reunion ... Class Picture and Class History
2002 Reunion ... Shirley's Pictures
2002 Reunion ... Shirley's Pictures
2002 Reunion ... Shirley's Pictures
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2002 Reunion ... Group Picture and Class History
2002 Reunion ... Shirley's Pictures
1997 Reunion ... Group Picture
2002 Reunion ... Shirley's Pictures

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Flowing Text Around Images

This page shows you the easiest way to flow text around an image, and shows you how to stop flowing the text around an image. Using my wife's baby picture (ain't she cute), I've aligned this image to the right. This places the image on the right side of the page and forces the text to the left of the image. The text continues like this until it clears the bottom of the image, at which point it will go back to full screen width. You can also align the picture to the left so the text will flow to the right side of the image. If you don't use an align right or left attribute, or the center command, the image by default aligns to the left, but your text will not flow around the image. The text would then align to the bottom of the image for one line then drop below the image. The code I used above was this: You might also notice I used an "hspace" attribute in the above tag. This provides space around the horizontal plane of the picture, otherwise the text runs up to within a couple pixels of the image. You can also use a "vspace" command to establish a vertical plane of space around the image. Because of the size the image happened to be, it wasn't necessary in this case. Here's my baby pic. My wife says I look like a little dickens. You can also use a "clear" attribute with a break tag if you only want some text, but not all text, to flow around an image. This is useful if the text is a description of the image and you want no other text by it. See how that works? The command to clear the text from wrapping around an image is simply:
The "clear" attribute can have values of clear left, clear right, or clear all. In this case the image was aligned right so I needed to clear right. If you use a left border with a transparent gif to keep the text off the border pattern, using a clear left or clear all command would send the rest of the content way down yonder and place the remaining content onto the border. No good, he says.


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(1)How to do highlights.

(2) Link to Potsy Bio.

My Snazzy List of Links

Potsy Guckian:

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(1)How to do solid lines.

(2)How to do hollow lines.



ADDING A BACKGROUND IMAGE