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From michael mclaughlin <m_mcl...@yahoo.co.uk>
Subject Complicated front page layouts: use tables?
Date Fri, 05 Aug 2011 12:49:34 GMT
On my front page I want a graphic aligned left. Opposite
the graphic, I want 2 or 3 lines of text aligned right.

Do I need to use a table to recreate this layout?
The default titlepage template seems to work well for flows
down the page. But for the layout I want, the template
inserts the graphic under the lines of text.
====================================
 <t:titlepage t:element="book" t:wrapper="fo:block">
    <t:titlepage-content t:side="recto">
    <title     
    t:named-template="division.title"  
    param:node="ancestor-or-self::book[1]"      
    text-align="right"      
    font-size="&hsize4;"          
    padding-before="2in"      
    font-weight="bold"      
    font-family="{$title.fontset}"/>
       <subtitle
         text-align="right"     
 font-size="&hsize3;"               
 space-before="&hsize3space;        
 font-family="{$title.fontset}"/>

  <!-- Add part number and publication date -->
 <pubsnumber
 font-size="&hsize0;" font-weight="" space-before="5.5in" text-align="right"/>
 <pubdate font-size="&hsize0;" font-weight="" text-align="right"/>

    <!-- Add company logo graphic -->
        <mediaobject text-align="left"/> 
     </t:titlepage-content>
 

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