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This step is easiest bit…
Once you have created drop capital image, all you have to do now is to insert it into your web page. You just add image to web page in same way that you would with any other image on your page.
When you place it at beginning of paragraph, make sure you remember to delete first letter of normal text. Otherwise you will end up starting paragraph with two of same letter.
Align image to left
Initially, you will notice that drop capital image just sits on top of first line, instead of dropping down into it. Not for long!
All you have to do now, is align image to left, and you will see it drop down instantly into paragraph.
If you are using a web page editor to create your web pages like Microsoft FrontPage or Macromedias Dreamweaver, aligning image to left is pretty easy.
Select drop capital image by left clicking it once. Then click on align to left short cut icon in top menu bar. Alternatively, you can select Format, then Position from top menu. In pop up window, select Align Left under Wrapping Style.
Select drop capital image by left clicking it once. Then in properties window, click on arrow in drop down menu next to Align, then select Left
If you are using a different web page editor, you should have a similar align option in menu area. Alternatively, you edit HTML code directly yourself. Just add following command in between brackets of image tag:
Thats literally all there is to it!
If you have multiple pages on your website, youll probably going to need to create a number of different drop capital images for each letter of alphabet. The extra effort will be worthwhile as you will end up with a much more professional looking website.
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