Thanks to both Johns for your feedback. I experimented using a margin on
the paragraphs and a negative margin on the image, the end result of which
can be seen at http://hatcourses.co.uk/tutors.html. There's one problem:
this works in IE 6 and Opera 7b1, but in Mozilla 1.1 the clear: both;
applied to a <hr /> between each of the tutors isn't respected, with the
result that the images stack over each other.
I know that I can work round this problem by adding min-hight: 165px; to
the paragraph, but this seems kind of ugly, and I'd like to know why
Mozilla is having problems here?
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