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picture alignment in post!!!

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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

    http://www.tamba2.org.uk/wordpress/graphicalcss/align/index.html

    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.

    http://www.avalon5.com/index.php/archives/32

    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.

    Coyote

    The fancy way is to float the image.

    hallierichter
    Member

    @hallierichter

    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? http://www.michiganblog.net

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