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Embroidery Pictures - Tobin, when you say pictures of the stitches, do you mean images showing how to do the stitches? If that is what you want, I can probably re-draw some, otherwise we hit the copyright issue again. [[User:Jos|Jane of Stockton]] 14:38, 25 Nov 2003 (EST)
 
Embroidery Pictures - Tobin, when you say pictures of the stitches, do you mean images showing how to do the stitches? If that is what you want, I can probably re-draw some, otherwise we hit the copyright issue again. [[User:Jos|Jane of Stockton]] 14:38, 25 Nov 2003 (EST)
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:I meant pictures of the stitch when finished. Step by step pictures would be great too but don't go to too much trouble (you're doing a great job as it is). - [[User:Tobin|Tobin]]
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Is there any wiki code for image alignment? I'd like to have some control over where the image is displayed in the page in relation to the text. [[User:Jos|Jane of Stockton]] 14:44, 25 Nov 2003 (EST)
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:You can use <nowiki><div style="float:right; margin: 0 0 1em 1em;">[[Image:...]]</div></nowiki> for upper right alignment. I know that this isn't really wiki formatting but it does give us a great deal of control over how the image is displayed. Also note that old, old, browsers and those that are not standards compliant might have trouble with this. - [[User:Tobin|Tobin]]

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Embroidery Pictures - Tobin, when you say pictures of the stitches, do you mean images showing how to do the stitches? If that is what you want, I can probably re-draw some, otherwise we hit the copyright issue again. Jane of Stockton 14:38, 25 Nov 2003 (EST)

I meant pictures of the stitch when finished. Step by step pictures would be great too but don't go to too much trouble (you're doing a great job as it is). - Tobin

Is there any wiki code for image alignment? I'd like to have some control over where the image is displayed in the page in relation to the text. Jane of Stockton 14:44, 25 Nov 2003 (EST)

You can use <div style="float:right; margin: 0 0 1em 1em;">[[Image:...]]</div> for upper right alignment. I know that this isn't really wiki formatting but it does give us a great deal of control over how the image is displayed. Also note that old, old, browsers and those that are not standards compliant might have trouble with this. - Tobin