I'm wondering if there's an established technique for getting a <$description$> field's text content to wrap around an image. The problem I'm currently having is that because the <$description$> field creates its own HTML tags (<p> tags and the like), I'm ending up with extra problematic HTML in my emails. For example, here's the code I'm using:
<p><img src="<$imagesrc link='false'" width="100" align="left" /><$description$></p>
Which gives the output:
<p><img src="picture.jpg" width="100" align="left" /><p>Description field text here</p></p>
Note the nested paragraph. I'd like to be able to create a single paragraph tag, with the image aligned left inside the paragraph of text. This sample bit of code is within my <repeater> section.
Does anyone have any advice on how to achieve this? Is there a way to nest the <img> tag within the <$description$> tag?
This wouldn't be as much of a problem if there was a way to get rid of the top margin on the auto-generated paragraph tag.
Your best bet is to customise the paragraph style and use a custom <P> class and set the margin of your own choice. This aside, I agree the pre-generated tag is frustrating when implemented by default.
Hi all. In this case I would suggest not wrapping a paragraph around the entire thing. If you need to block it out, use a <div> instead to avoid the nested paragraph tags, then you can define margin-top 0 for paragraphs to close that gap:
The margin element is fairly well supported.
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