I'd have to say my post was likely more useful for more experienced users who want captions under their pictures (and use the html for more control) but don't want to use the image module (too limited really for anything but a header image in my opinion, reason being there is not text wrap at all so images next to a text box unless the text is exact, looks like absolute donkey doo- why doesn't our text wrap? all the other sites are doing it haha ).
I've entered the text and never once got a caption on my pictures inside text modules other than maybe a tool tip which is useless if they don't hover over the image and even know it's there. The image module is not as pliable as the text module for image placement and aesthetics (breaking up text too)... in short it interrupts text box data instead of wrapping around it so what good is it on the side?
If I want an image with part of the caption showing I'll use the image module but when I want a cleaner looking article complete with a full caption showing inside the text area, I'll use more of the text/html inserted variety.
The other issue is your image module only shows part of the caption- meaning if I try to explain something under an image it's only partially shown, which is ok but not everyone moves their mouse over pictures so half my message may be missing...I get why your doing it, aesthetics and page real-estate/clutter/declutter- just saying for me more control over images makes my page a better magazine aesthetic I'm going for :).
I only speak for myself and my own work, but I know there are many more like me so I try to give them tools if I find them. Wizzley is doing an amazing job, I'm not complaining, I just found a better way to do certain things and the img mod isn't it 80% of the time, although it does have it's moments :)
chefkeem: 01/13/2013 - 09:27 PM
How is this different from our image module?
Need no html, just put your caption text in the title field, no?