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[Resolved] Blog Post Formats – Image creates alot of white space, how can I word wrap?

  • critiqueboutique
    Member

    @critiqueboutique

    http://www.critiqueboutique.net

    I’ve tried the various format options of ‘aside’ and ‘image’ along with all the others. None of them seem any different as far as allowing me to put text next to the image I insert. This creates a lot of empty real estate in the post. Am I missing something simple here?

    If not configurable on the front end, is there a way I can modify this through the css?

    I am new to this, but have successfully changed my submenu and widget border colors in the css files with your excellent answers to other peoples questions. I love the template and your help is greatly appreciated!

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  • Theme Author Styled Themes
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    @gejay

    The image needs the class alignleft as you have alignnone. This is why the image when you inserted it has all that blank white space. You may want to add alignleft to the <img> tag and when you do additional image insertion, make sure the alignment is set.

    critiqueboutique
    Member

    @critiqueboutique

    Awesome, thank you so much! I don’t know how I missed this since you do provide this on the front end. So great, thanks for the speedy reply 🙂

    Theme Author Styled Themes
    Participant

    @gejay

    You’re very welcome 🙂

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