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boomopera says

Hi, I have two objects in description and would like them to spread from left to right with just space in between.. what do you type?

Thank you!

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permian says

use tables.

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Art-of-Sound says

You can type     & n b s p ;      or hold ALT and type 0160

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matsteiner Envato team says

use tables.
But tables are not working on the item descriptions?! Or can you do it somehow?
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boomopera says

thanks guys, cheers for the Envatitor Milos.. I should have asked for something along those lines instead, “how do you move picture from left to the right side of the screen?”

If I had google now, I bet the answer would be like

Add this code inside the image tag: ALIGN=RIGHT

So your code will look similar to this IMG SRC=”mypic.ext”ALIGN=RIGHT

Art-of-sound, Im not sure what you mean, it looks like a code for extra life, so thank you for sharing :)

Cheers

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permian says

But tables are not working on the item descriptions?! Or can you do it somehow?

Mat, if they work in my descriptions, no way they’ll refuse to work in descriptions of sir Mat Steiner!

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matsteiner Envato team says


But tables are not working on the item descriptions?! Or can you do it somehow?
Mat, if they work in my descriptions, no way they’ll refuse to work in descriptions of sir Mat Steiner!
You never know my friend :P lol

I already tried it, but it didn’t work. But I have to confess I am a html dummy…

But now, I analyzed the html code of your nice “Calm Indie-Acoustic Background” and just learned a lot, thanks mate! :)
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permian says

Add this code inside the image tag: ALIGN=RIGHT
It’s not the solution, because tag’s attributes won’t work here. Though you could format it “manually” with non-breaking space, like this:
           <img src="coolpic.jpg" />
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permian says

damn it. Well, I guess you got that there were five nbsp symbols before img tag.

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