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  • [Edited by IfElse] I agree with what Shadow described and believe that the resource he provided is a better option.

    Setting it all up through CSS is probably the best option:
    – Try here for more details

    But, a quick option in each post is to use <img src=".img" align="left" hspace="5" vspace ="5" alt="stuff" />

    Here’s how I do it:
    <img src=".img" align="left" style="padding:7px;" title="spacing" />

    You can adjust the spacing around the picture by increasing or decreasing the number of pixels. 7 seems to be a good number.

    I ran into similar issues when I was modifying the “Headspace” theme to suit my tastes. I knocked up a quick tutorial about the changes made (including image alignment specifics in the CSS sheet). Check out the link below for more info.

    If you have any questions please feel free to leave a comment on the site or email me via the contact page. Hope this helps sort your problem.


    The fancy way is to float the image.

    I have searched this forum over and over looking for the way to float my images, wrap the text and still be able to actually see the image. I have tried every single suggestion, and this one works, but it only wraps one line of text…..any other suggestions?

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