About squashiness (between photo and text)

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  • #22342

    lmighton
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    This is a question about things being squashy.
    I searched forums and FAQ (with a few terms attempted, in addition to ‘squashiness’) but no luck.
    I can’t seem to figure out how to create a bit of breathing room between a picture, and the text beside it. I’ve tried experimenting with the vertical space / horizontal space functions, without success. Creating a border didn’t make any difference to general squashiness. I tried spacebar, just adding a space or two at each line beside the pic, but this only worked for the first line, and it really doesn’t work with text that’s a link.
    I know there must be a way around this, I just can’t seem to figure what it is.
    Any pointers on the topic of text and making things non-squashy?
    Lisa

    #22786

    cornell
    Member

    do a search for “whitespace”.

    There was a thread on it a while ago and should give you all the information you need.

    Collin

    #22791

    drmike
    Member

    thread in question.

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