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coding around html

this is killing me. i can find how to wrap text around an image, but not around something that is in html. or if i do, it says the code, but not where to put it. i have a website that has an ad in html. i want to wrap the text around that ad instead of leaving a big empty space. any help would be appreciated. if you want to see the site so you can see what i am talking about, it is www.celestinocaballero.com. the ad is right near the top. thanks

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The ad above

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the YouTube video?


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no, it is the ad in the first story

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Can you upload a screenshot

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of what you're seeing? I don't see anything wrong at the moment.


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its back in

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i took the ad out temporarily. it is back in there now. thanks

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Try this

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Can you put a DIV around the ad and float it to the left. Give the DIV also a fixed width of 300px, for example. All the content should then start to the right of the ad.


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