nevermind it was a very stupid mistake by myself, everything works fine now
Am Samstag, 3. Februar 2018 23:56:41 UTC+1 schrieb Dazzle:
> Maybe the question was a bit confusing. Basically what I want to do is let
> the text of a transcluded tiddler float on the left side of another
> element, like if the text were in the same tiddler without transclusion
> (for example the transcluded text should float around an image or any other
> element). Is it more of a css or tw problem?
> Would love to hear some suggestion, and btw thanks for the reply!
> - Regards Nico
> Am Samstag, 3. Februar 2018 15:47:33 UTC+1 schrieb Mark S.:
>> It would help if you showed your work. It's hard to know exactly what you
>> are doing and whether you need a CSS tweak or a TW tweak.
>> For controlling the order of inserted elements, you can use list-before
>> and list-after. See:
>> Good luck!
>> -- Mark
>> On Saturday, February 3, 2018 at 3:34:42 AM UTC-8, Dazzle wrote:
>>> I am trying to create a little infobox on the right of each tiddler with
>>> a specific tag similiar to the ones on wikipedia (for information like
>>> author, publishing date, tags etc.).
>>> I tried to create a template that is applied to every tiddler with the
>>> tag and uses the field values to fill in the information that should be
>>> displayed. And then I want to transclude several tiddlers to generate the
>>> main content, but the problem is, if i transclude a tiddler the text doesnt
>>> float around the infobox, instead the box is shown below the text. Is there
>>> a way to fix this? If the text was inside the same tiddler the text wrapped
>>> nicely around the box.
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