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  • The img quicktag above the post box is a handy way to add the html markup.

    yeah but the nice thing with wysiwyg editors you just select your image and it uploads..

    using the IMG quick tag means i have to go through the hassle of uploadin gthe image and then directing to it through the IMG tag

    must be an easier way to upload and add all at the same time?

    Not at the moment, AFAIK.

    damn.. ok well how do i wrap text around my pic.. if i want the pic at the top left?

    i was told to insert

    <img src=’/wp-content/stealth.jpg’ alt=” />

    but what do i add to that to have that top left and text around it on the right

    Try a search for “wrap text around graphic”.

    How about using Iimage Browser? The latest version puts a new button above your editing window. You can insert a graphic using that; it’s pretty painless.

    I’ll second the plugin iimage browser plugin. As far as the th image and text wrap, check your css, but you may have a img.left that floats the image therefore your img tag would be <img class="left" src="etc" alt="etc" />

    you can always cut and paste the image CSS from Kubrick if your theme doesn’t have it.

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