I use the Connections theme and the CSS that Lorelle provided here didn’t work for me. This is exactly how I have it in my stylesheet, at the end, after everything else:
padding: 4px; margin: 0 0 2px 7px; display: inline;
padding: 4px; margin: 0 7px 2px 0; display: inline;
Is there something wrong with my punctuation that I just can’t see? Do I have to associate it with a certain class or div? Here is how I use it in this post:
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If you look at the post, you will see that the image is in the center of the page. For the other two images, which align correctly, I used the “old-fashioned” align=’left’ and align=’right’.
Another question: is there a way to specify a caption that will appear underneath the image, similar to what I have here?
And is there a way to have three images in a row, each with its own caption, like this? I used tables for these images when I first posted them in Movable Type, and they are broken since I’ve imported them into WordPress. I would like to redo them with CSS.
Three different questions, all related to displaying images with CSS. Thanks in advance if you can help with any of them.