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07 Jul, 2014 02:00 AM
How do I set two images next to each other?
on 07 Jul, 2014 08:04 PM
I'm not sure I follow. Just include the images one after the
other in your document. If you want to arrange them in specific
ways, you can use CSS to adjust spacing, margins, etc.
Can you be more specific?
on 07 Jul, 2014 08:13 PM
I just want to images side by side. If I just include them one after the
other, they are one below the other, not side by side. I was wondering what
would be the easiest way to do this? How would I use CSS for this?
on 07 Jul, 2014 08:16 PM
If you have standard CSS, and the images are small enough, they'll just
line up in a row. They only go on separate lines if you put them that way.
on 07 Jul, 2014 08:32 PM
I have standard CSS (that comes default with MultiMardown).
This is what I have for images:
[image1]:Linear.png "Linear" width=200px
[image2]:Logarithmic.png "Logarithmic" width=200px
And the images are lining up one below the other. They are obviously small
enough to be side by side.
on 07 Jul, 2014 08:33 PM
Oops, disregard please. I see my error.
on 07 Jul, 2014 08:34 PM
You're putting them in separate paragraphs. Separate paragraphs are, by
definition, going to be on separate lines. If you want multiple images
lined up, they need to be in the same paragraph.
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