Okay, so I upgraded to 2.6.1 yesterday and today I’m writing a blog entry and including an image. WordPress “fixed” the insertion of images and I’m not sure the “fix” was worth it. I cannot, no matter what I do in the interface, get the text to wrap around the image. There is plenty of room on the left of the image, and I’ve clicked on “align right” but the text just does not wrap around the image. What is the fix for this? It’s darned annoying, since 2.5 worked just fine in this regard.
Here is the html text that the dashboard inserted into my entry (which I won’t publish until this gets resolved):
[caption id="" align="alignright" width="367" caption="The LSST Mirror Blank fresh out of the mirror"]<img src=”http://www.lsst.org/Gallery/photos/LSST08-image-half.jpg” alt=”The LSST Mirror Blank fresh out of the mirror” width=”367″ height=”302″ />[/caption]
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