This can be a really odd one. I am unable to appear to affect that one image via css whatsoever. Attempted adding a category particularly for that image as well as writing css to affect only the image, but zip. It will not budge. The only real factor that managed to get move was setting the neg. margin around the actual image, there it only increased about 40px and wouldn't go any more (taken that off since that time). The look under consideration may be the "imagine" tab (wordpress-image-39) in this article:http://circore.com/haute/. The items of css I have left are:

img.wp-image-39
{
margin-top:-120px;
background:#ff0000;
}
.toptab
{
margin-top:-120px;
background:#ff0000;
}

I have also attempted affecting all images within the content area and a lot of other activities. The red-colored background is so I can tell if something labored. Argh! Thanks a lot!

I'd set position: absolute for that image. Then you'll have the ability to move it freely with margins in accordance with its inline position.

The final 3 classes of the CSS

#text-4
{
font-size:11px;
line-height: 15px;
color: #000000;
text-align: center;
}

img.wp-image-39
{
margin-top:-120px;
background:#ff0000;
}
.toptab
{
margin-top:-120px;
background:#ff0000;
}

are inside @media print really not closed.

Put a closing bracket before #text-4 or wherever you'll need.

Rather than attempting to put styles around the image, why don't you put styles around the that contains div?

.toptab { margin-top: -50px; }

Would that meet your requirements?