Hogwild I don't know the best way to do that.
In this very general form, the answer is quite clear: the Wrap plugin and the definition of CSS classes.
Even though I still don't understand why you need something like that in a technical documentatiion.
Hogwild Wikis...don't allow that so much.
This has nothing to do with wikis, but with the fact that it is about creating web pages. And these are created in HTML. And HTML, in turn, is conceptually designed to adapt dynamically to different screen sizes and other output media (e.g. screen readers).
So this HTML basis and concept must always be taken into account.
- Michael Sy.