Greetings All. First Time Poster. But I promised, I DID do a number of a number of searches in my quest for the answer needed below. I Did! No, Really, I did!
The ability for my client to place inline images (floating left or right) within the copy was one of the things that caught my eye during my review of the available templates.
However, I'm confounded as to how to make this happen in the wysiwyg editor. When having 'place' an image, and selecting "source view", there is no visible 'code' for the just imported image. To wit, ALL images come out at the bottom of any written/placed text.
Am I missing something obvious, or am I, nor my 'client(s)' going to have this ability to place images where they want?
Thanks for an OUTSTANDING service you provide, and thanks in advance to any help in the above.
Hi Michael, I think the easiest way to solve this would be to use CSS to float the images. You'll only be able to float them either left or right, though...
Awesome redesign, looks great. Apologies if the template misled you there, but you'll need to pick a certain alignment for your repeater and that will be applied for all items added to that repeater. You can't set alternating styles for repeaters I'm afraid. We plan on tweaking those templates soon to avoid the confusion.
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