OK - here's the problem ..... a large old site I maintain is essentially html all thru - although I have over time applied quite a lot of css. However, the standard page ''container'' is a table cell used for content - no div container.
It is easy on any page to float an image where needed within text but - this old guy's memory must be failing because I cannot right now thing of my best way forward to insert a box of text that will behave as if it were just a floated image.!
I do not want to resort to absolute positioning as this is IMO unreliable from a cross browser POV. Should I use a dedicated div approach so as to contain a text box or even iframe? - end result required is having a box sit where I want, the same as if it was just an image, floated left or right with necessary margins. This is also very much a one of requirement and so the wish is to deal just with the page in question and inline styling.
Senility is a real trial!! Help this old guy out - this seems to be a gap in my css memory.