It’s time to bring the sample page alive with some images. The reason I have not used images so far is because HTML treats images as inline elements. As you saw in the previous chapter, inserting an image in a block of text forces the text to align with the bottom of the image. In order to get the text to flow around the image, you need to use the CSS property called float. In principle, using float is very simple, and it can be used on any HTML element, not just images. You float the element to the left or right, and everything moves up to fill the vacated space alongside, as illustrated in Figure 4-1.
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