On Jan 14, 2005, at 3:54 AM, Bruno Fassino wrote:
> Stephen Rider wrote:
>> (In theory...) An object that is floated has the same vertical
>> it would have were it not floated. Float merely shifts it to one side
>> or the other.
> Sorry for the nit-picking...
S'okay. This is a nit-picky topic. :)
> Two sibling floats are displayed one below the other when there is no
> sufficient horizontal space to have them side by side, so a float may
> go down (have a lower vertical position than it would have were it not
If the unfloated object has a specified width, it will move down just
as the floated object you describe. (um... i think...) Your statement
is correct only because floats must have width specified, whereas
non-floats don't, necessarily.
Nonetheless, a useful clarification.
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