How would I move the text up & down

It’s only moving left and right.
<span style="color: #38761d;font-weight:900;font-size:20px;margin:25px 22px 55px 55px;">Text</span>

Is this right:

<span style="display:inline-block;color: #38761d;font-weight:900;font-size:20px;margin:80px 45px 222px 415px;">Text</span>

Take a course in basic HTML and CSS. The answers to most of your questions will be covered in that course.

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If you’re not going to help, don’t say anything.

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I have an image to the left of it, and this code pushes it down.

<span style="display:inline-block;color: #38761d;font-weight:900;font-size:20px;margin:80px 45px 222px 490px;">Text</span>

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I’m trying to do this.

<img border="0" src="" alt="Aqua Zingers" width="400"><br>

<span style="display:inline-block;color: #38761d;font-weight:900;font-size:20px;margin:-320px 55px -66px 450px;">Text</span>

We have no obligation to do your bidding for you. You could hire a contractor to do that. You DO have an obligation to educate yourself and treat people respectfully who dontate their time to help you further your education by helping with snags in your learning.

Take a course in HTML and CSS. The answers to most of your questions will be covered in that class.

Does span go above or bellow the image?

Time is of the essence.

I’m putting in what I think will work, just asking for it to be corrected.


What are the disadvantages of doing it this way?

<img border="0" src="" width="400"><br>

<span style="display:inline-block;color: #38761d;font-weight:900;font-size:20px;margin:-223px 450px;">Text</span>

Span should be p style instead right?

ok, fine, show me how to do it using css.

Show me how to do this.

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That shows what you are doing, not what you’re trying to achieve. If you started your topic with a clear explanation of what you want to achieve, and what the problem is, you would get a useful response much more quickly. Your opening post made no mention of an image.

If you are trying to align the text next to the image, then inserting <br> tags makes no sense, as that instructs the browser to start a new line.

I don’t think I’m going to go this route.

You could save a lot of time by following this advice:-

It may take a little time to do, but in the long run producing a page will be relatively quick and effortless, once you actually know html & css.
Blindly fumbling about without making any attempt to understand the basic fundamentals is a huge waste of everyone’s time.

SPF helps those who help themselves.

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