Inserting docs and pics into HTML

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Hi I asked this question already but cant find where I put it (oops!) I need to know how to place uploaded jpg or ms doc files into my HTML. I have created borders and my worders are placed in the borders but for some sections, I want to have pictures or documents placed in the borders with the words. The only way I can figure how to do this is to insert it into the HTML using the editor but I don't know how. My site is: http://love4food.synthasite.com. Thanx
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Hey Karen Do You want the pics inside the boxes? Btw your site's pretty good yummmm food. Back to the point I know how you can insert photos using html but Using Text is much easier because all you have to do is upload photo to synthasite drag a text editor and hit insert image. But you can also do an <img src code and link it to yoursitename.synthasite.com/resoucres/filename.jpg
If you need code just ask me!
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Hi, thanx, as u have looked at my site, I can explain. What I want is where there are comments for some of the recipes and pics of the recipes, to put a box around everything, not just the writing but I don't know how to do it. It took me ages just to figure out how to do the boxes around text!!! I like neatness so if things are grouped in boxes, it will look neater and people will be able to see that they relate to each other.
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I have been on the forum for some 14 or so hours today answering questions and I am a bit on the droopy eyes side of the bed but I figured I would give yours a shot as well if I could.

Could you provide me the code snippet you used to make one of the borders and I will try a test I have running around in my head...
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Your site is looking greeaaaaat by the way... ( that was a cheap Tony the Tiger knock off) ;)
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Merry Christmas..... I found it and didn't need the code you used after all...

I created the following page to help test a problem another member was having and am including the border tests there as well

http://texttest.synthasite.com/

The following was where I located the border HTML code that you can edit to include your text and change the border as well as background color and size.

As well with a little code movement you can move the image or images around inside the framed box. I am sure that once you do it once or twice you will get the hang of it.

As it is HTML code it is cross browser compatible and easy to implement. I tested it with IE, Firefox and Opera and it looked great. Do note however that when you insert the code in a HTML widget and then drag it into a two column widget that in the editor it looks funky with one side of the frame or border fatter than the other side. I assure you that when viewed in a browser this affect goes away.

http://www.bulletpens.ca/html/example...

HO HO HO MERRY EARLY CHRISTMAS

Finally going to bed... See what I find when my eyes are closed... LOL
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Thanx a million for your help. I will see what I can do. Thanx for the compliment......You are a STAR!!!!!!!!!!
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Karen

You are more than welcome. I was glad to help. I get lucky sometimes because finding this one only took about 30 or so websites. Sometimes I have to surf through hundreds of sites to find answers for members. Now that I found it I am thinking to use some of the Nested tables later. I personally like the one with the image borders. I think it's way cool.

The person who made such an informative site as the one I linked to is the one who should receive credit. ;)

Can't wait to see what you can create. I am looking forward to it. I would say one thing to offer you some form of protection. Do create a test site and do your HTML code testing there and not on your main site. Oh as well, another thing to always remember is never have two site editors open at the same time because when you update info from one page will transfer to the other and then that's a real big problem to fix as you may have to delete that page and recreate it. I only mention this because yes it has happened to me twice and I just don't wish anyone else to go through it.

Cheers and happy site building
Ed