I'm trying to make a profile page for horseback riding instructors, and I want there to be a picture on the left and a blurb about the instructor is on the right. When I try to use the align="alignleft" tag in the caption, it only aligns to the first line of text; any text after a line break goes under the image. Is there any way I can make the image aligned left of multiple paragraphs?
The page in question is here and my current code is below:
[caption id="attachment_74" align="alignleft" width="266" caption="Paula riding her horse, Mojito."]<em><em><a rel="attachment wp-att-74" href="http://www.kubickieventing.com/?attachment_id=74"><img class="size-medium wp-image-74" title="Paula Kubicki and Mojito" src="http://www.kubickieventing.com/wp-content/uploads/scan0001-11-266x300.jpg" alt="Paula riding her horse, Mojito." width="266" height="300" /></a></em></em>[/caption] <strong>Paula Kubicki</strong> <h5><em>Owner/Operator, Kubicki Eventing</em></h5> Paula has over 15 years experience in training, teaching and running large boarding facilities. As a USDF Bronze Medalist, she couples the fine art of dressage training into the world of eventing. She continues her personal training with regular intensive week long training sessions with Grand Prix Jumper Helmut Schrant. Her focus is to instill in each of her students to "ride every stride with a smile!" [caption id="attachment_75" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Nikki with her horse, Paranormal Experience."]<strong><strong><a rel="attachment wp-att-75" href="http://www.kubickieventing.com/?attachment_id=75"><img class="size-medium wp-image-75" title="Nikki Caudill and Norm" src="http://www.kubickieventing.com/wp-content/uploads/CDT-April-2010-052-1-300x290.jpg" alt="Nikki with her horse, Paranormal Experience." width="300" height="290" /></a></strong></strong>[/caption] <strong> Nikki Caudill</strong> Nikki has been our riding and camp instructor since 2001. She creates a positive and fun atmosphere in every lesson, which makes learning easy. She competes in eventing, which led her to be in USEA's top 10 in our region in 2008.