The first question is (relatively) easy, assuming that you know the essentials of HTML. If not, but if you're willing to learn, you still can have a go at it. Either way, a good place to start would be this article
- with the stipulation that all the <th> and </th> tags are best replaced by <td> and </td>. You can experiment all you want in a custom object; I know that that's what several people do. When it looks the way you want it, you can copy it all to your TR.
A tip, if you embark on this path: don't forget to check the result with a small resolution, say 1024 by 768, because some people still use that and in my opinion it should still look good then, but it won't if you put too many pictures next to each other. Personally, I consider four the limit.
To get started, try pasting the sample code below somewhere in your TR. The result should look pretty much like this
. I'm sure you'll figure out a good place for it.
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<td>[img:694759:aligncenter:small:On the Highway to Hell]</td>
<td>[img:694760:aligncenter:small:Breaking in the skis]</td>
<td>[img:694761:aligncenter:small:Grand scenery (that never seems to change)]</td>
<td>[img:694762:aligncenter:small:Why ice climb when you could be slogging up a road with a 60-lb. pack?]</td>
The second question puzzles me a bit. I mean, if you write some text and insert a picture using the Insert Picture
button, the text will automatically wrap around, as long as you use left or right alignment, not center. That answer would be too simple, so I suppose I must have misunderstood the question. Could you clarify it?
Good luck, Rob