[IPython-User] <img style="float:right;">

G B g.c.b.at.work@gmail....
Wed Sep 25 20:58:33 CDT 2013


I've been using HTML markup of the form:

<img src="" style="float:right;">

to insert images into my notebooks.  This worked well while I was using markdown to insert heading levels-- paragraphs and headings flow nicely to the left of the image, code cells force a clear and get the full browser width.

Reading the IPython-in-depth tutorials, they suggest not using markdown for headings, but using dedicated heading cells.

This prevents the smooth flow of text along the left that I'd had before in the notebook, *but* I do get it back when I nbconvert to HTML.

I'd like to suggest that the notebook adopt the nbconvert layout.

Also, I wonder if headers should be treated the same whether they're introduced with markdown or header cells?

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