I’m using a modified TwentyTen theme on my blog. When an image is inserted using the visual editor and the image has a caption the editor text entry position is at the end of the caption rather than just after the image. So, if you start typing your text is added after the caption, if you add another image the second image appears inside the box containing the first image with some very nasty visual effects. Is this the normal behaviour? I would have thought that, after inserting an image captioned or un-captioned, the text entry point should be outside and after the box containing the image.
I hadn’t noticed this until my wife added a blog entry and asked me to proof read it. We have different writing styles and I’m not sure what I normally do that has caused me not to see this before.
Despite joining this forum I’ve been running a WordPress blog on either a self hosted machine, or a commercial hosted service but my installation, for several years. I normally don’t ask for help but this has me stumped!
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