[pmwiki-users] vertical-align applied to inline image
henrik at bechmannsoftware.com
Wed Aug 9 11:51:52 CDT 2006
$WikiStyleCSS = 'vertical-align';
and wrote the wiki code
Hello %img vertical-align:middle% Common-Graphics:box.gif Police and
("hello" so that the image wouldn't be at the beginning of the line, to
take out that factor)
which produced the following HTML:
<p>Hello <span class="img" style="vertical-align: middle;"> <img
src="/common/graphics/box.gif" alt="" title=""> Police and Park
When what I want is:
<p>Hello <img style="vertical-align: middle;"
src="/common/graphics/box.gif" alt="" title=""> Police and Park Safety
I seem to be missing something. Can you see something?
Patrick R. Michaud wrote:
> On Wed, Aug 09, 2006 at 09:58:58AM -0400, Ryan R. Varick wrote:
>> On 8/8/06, Henrik Bechmann <henrik at bechmannsoftware.com> wrote:
>>> In wiki markup, How do I apply vertical-align:middle to an inline image,
>>> such that the result is
>>> <img style="vertical-align:middle"...
>>> %vertical-align:middle%somelocation:someimage.jpg just puts a span
>>> around it, and doesn't effect the image.
> 1. Enable the vertical-align CSS style with
> $WikiStyleCSS = 'vertical-align';
> 2. Use the following wikistyle in markup:
> %img vertical-align:middle% Attach:something.gif
>> Along those same lines, I notice that PmWiki tends to wrap images in
>> their own <div> tags. This hasn't always been the case, as I recall.
>> Is there are reason for this?
> PmWiki only wraps images in <div> tags if the image is the first
> thing at the start of a line. It's been this way since at least
> 2.0.0 (I think it was introduced in 2.0.beta52).
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