I know this has to be a really basic question. Apparently, not for me, though. I am trying to set up a page, or part of a page, so I can display a thin, vertical image running up the upper part of the left side. It is a .png transparent image of “TelevisionAdvertising.com”, turned vertically. So, the image is tall and thin. 500 pixels high.
So far, my best results have been using a JW stack, Floaty. The image looks good on the left at 10% of the Floaty width but I still have work to do to get the content on the right in there, aligned and then mesh it with, I guess, a 1 column stack below for the rest of the content.
So, for some purposes, I may have answered my own question. But, in this case, the vertical image on the left is tall and I can only put one thing, such as a header or a paragraph, in the slices of the Floaty on the right of it. It would be best if I had the tall image in a column and then headers and paragraphs or whatever going down the page on the right, until I got to the bottom of the image.
So, I am wondering if someone would tell me another way to do this. I worked with the Foundation two-column stack for a while but could not get one column thin, for the image, and the other thick, for the text. It did not seem to support the image being a transparent .png, either. Thanks!