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  1. #1
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    How do I do this?

    With Godaddy, I was trying to put an image right next to another image, but the first image takes up all the horizontal space. How do I shorten the first image so it is small enough to place images next to it?
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    Re: How do I do this?

    Just resize it in Photoshop or something. I don't use godaddy but you can change it with html (If that's what you use.)

    Code:
    [img]example.png[/img]
    Adjust width.
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    Re: How do I do this?

    I've tried the HTML resizing, but it only changes the image, not the block size. Can someone get Skype over here, please?
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    Re: How do I do this?

    The only way I can think of to do it:
    Code:
    <div class="image1">
    [img]whatever[/img]
    </div>
    
    <div class="image2">
    [img]whatever2[/img]
    </div>
    then in your CSS have

    Code:
    .image1 {
    width: 400px; /* Or however wide the image is */
    float: left; /* Or right */
    }
    
    .image2 {
    width: 400px; /* make sure that the width of image1 and image2 don't equal over the total width of the website */
    float: right;
    }
    That's how I'd do it.


 

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