Fairly simple, and I'm sure it's probably been mentioned before, but I feel the need to voice my position on the matter. We can align a picture to the right, so that it fits nicely within a text block. Why can't we align pictures (or anything?) to the left side? I've yet to find a way to get a picture to fit neatly inside the left corner of a text block as it does in the right. One would think that this would be a fairly obviously piece of functionality to provide (given that right-alignment is provided).
Please, and thank you.
by oztoo5 years ago
I've just joined HP and am trying to create my first hub. I've seen other hubs where there is text on the left and Amazon products on the right. Can someone tell me how to achieve that.I suppose it's something obvious...
by hipattrick8 years ago
Why is that in hubpages pictures are always right aligned ? At times I want to have a few pictures to be left aligned. But hubpages hasn't given this feature. Why so ? Picture alignment should be our choice be it left,...
by Elysianphoenix5 years ago
I'm not sure if this feature is already possible, but I have searched the help pages, this forum and I tried using the arrows to position a picture. I can position a picture to the -right- of text, but it seems to be...
by Adrienne Janet Farricelli18 months ago
My most recent hub is showing pictures and products that aren't embedding within the text as they usually do, but are showing either on top or on the bottom of text. Also, pictures of products when selected are 3 times...
by kab2 years ago
I can't for the life of me align photos to the left. Anyone figure it out?Can we put two photos side by side?
by Nick B6 years ago
I like the fact that pictures can be right aligned, but we can't align them side by side. I have tried this and all it will do is leave empty space to the left and pile them one atop the other.Is there any possibility...
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