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Ahhh images behaving badly!

 
Lissie
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on 11/28/2011

OK got my first image heavy page up - but its not quite how I wanted it. I want the majority of images to float right and for the text to wrap around.  

http://wizzley.com/vacation-packing-list/ 

For example the picture of the pickup with luggage on top - I'd prefer the text to wrap around it rather than leaving white space as the image is not as deep as the text box. Any suggestions? 

Also I'm using Chrome and Windows 7 and I had a bit of trouble getting the images to go next to text - it seemed I needed to ctrl-F5 or view the page and come back to the editor to get the image to sit beside text. Any thoughts on that? 


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chefkeem
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on 11/28/2011

Perhaps I don't understand your question correctly. But if you want the text to float around the image, you'll have to put your image into the text module, not in an image module next to the text module. Can you clarify?


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Lissie
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on 11/28/2011

Ahh that was blindingly obvious - I didn't realise you could add images into the text module duh! 


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Jimmie
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on 11/28/2011

Wizzley doesn't wrap as much as Hubpages does. I actually prefer the white space here. You can add a small image to a text box. Try that.

Lissie
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on 11/28/2011

The image inside the text box is better - but their doesn't seem to be the option to align="right" - it ignored that and left it left aligned 

And swear that the yah/nah box thingy moved by itself to be above a different text module and I wasn't anywhere near it  ! 


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chefkeem
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on 11/28/2011

I use Chrome, too. It doesn't work that great with our editor. In Firefox it's easier to click images into left or right positions.

I don't know what you mean with "yah/nah box thingy". 


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Lissie
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on 11/28/2011

 

chefkeem: 28. Nov 2011, 22:16

I use Chrome, too. It doesn't work that great with our editor. In Firefox it's easier to click images into left or right positions.

I don't know what you mean with "yah/nah box thingy". 

 

I'll fry FF next time. The duel module was the one that seemed to move by itself 


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chefkeem
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on 11/28/2011

Hmm...never heard that one before. Sometimes, when things seem to "hang" or not do what you want them to do, it helps if you do a quick reload without cache, or first empty the cache and then reload the page.


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lakeerieartists
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on 11/29/2011

Lissie, I use Firefox, and I can move the image left or right in the text module by clicking on it then clicking on the right or left text alignment symbol.


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