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Thread: Help with object placement
05-25-2009, 09:12 PM #1
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Help with object placement
I have multiple Quicktime videos that I am displaying on a webpage. I used Quicktime Pro and exported the video for website. It has instructions and coding. I inserted the stylesheet in the heading and then copied the script for each video in the body. The problem is that they display vertically, only one per row. I would like to have 4 or 5 per row. For example, in html, I would use a "center" attribute and then have multiple jpg's and they would automatically fill each row according to browser size. How can I do this with videos? I am attaching the Quicktime "read me" file and my web page file.
Thanks in advance for any help.
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05-25-2009, 11:39 PM #2
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You want to float:left. Maybe you have to wrap each object in a div. Make it easier if you aren't coding by hand, but generating the pages using something.
You could try it, anyway. I know sometimes elements won't float for odd reasons. But it might be a first thing to try.
Ultimately, I guess you could use script - to adjust TABLES columns based on client-width.