I have a two-pronged question.
First: SEO Concerns aside, should I be concerned about using iFrames on my site as far as viruses etc go? I am using skydrive to host my images and it provides an iFrame embed code that's almost exactly what I am looking for. Since it's just hosting images, I am not worried about SEO, but I am worried about any vulnerabilities this might open me or my users to. Have iFrames been completely abandoned by the web community due to safety concerns, or are they okay to use again? (*Using img src is simple enough, I just don't want to have to tap out all of the dimensions since skydrive provides me the code.)
Second: If I do use the iFrame code, how do I add a modifier to have the text wrap next to the image? I have two lines with two pics, then one line with one pic but the text begins at the base of the image instead of the top, thus leaving only one line of text instead 238px. To my knowledge,
align = left | right | center wouldn't work.
Here's what I have from skydrive:
<iframe title ="Preview" scrolling="no" marginheight="0" marginwidth="0" frameborder="0" style="width:320px;height:238px;padding:0;background-color:#fcfcfc;" src="http://[blah-blah.com/img].jpg"></iframe>
(*Unfortunately I am unable to use the direct URL http://[blah-blah/img].jpg as it is popping broken images, likely a permissions for linking thing)