New to LaTeX, learning fast.
I want to have full width pictures in text (sorted). I want to have figures/boxes in the margin (sorted, I think, with packages and commands like \marginpar or sidenotes) I want to have figures/tables that wrap text around them. (sorted, I think, with wrapfig)
Can I have a figure that has wrapped text, where the figure overflows into the margin? A search would suggest having it know which way it can/should overflow can be tricky and needs commands/packages that help with "odd page" checking.
But I cant work out if this is actually possible with wrapped text, and/or with other margin based content. I've found a lot of "post-figure whitespace" problems as well, but not sure what terms I need to solve this.
Attached images show target layouts. Includes both a left-face and right-face page. Both have the wrapped/overflowed figure at the top, but that's not essential (if anything, I'd like to be able [h] it roughly with the right text, which is another whole ball of wax) The right page even has a full width image that covers the whole text margin plus the external.
I know it's a lot to ask, but I'd really love a simple example that matches either of the attached images, and if my odd/even page problem suspicion is correct, one that can do both pages.