I'd like to align my photos to the left.
I don't know why it isn't already a feature. It seems natural.
This question came up six years ago.
Five years ago, it was explained as not something anyone had made a compelling enough case for. Your current line of reasoning may be disregarded similarly.
I'm here for solutions. And I don't think having an image on the left is such an unreasonable request.
Maybe have a photo capsule that allows 2 images side by side? That would fix it for some situations. Solutions.
I think my case is compelling. Hubpages just took over squidoo. Squidoo had photo galleries that encouraged many images. The current implementation of that is not ideal for many who don't want them to have to click to see each image, but would prefer them right there on the page. We don't need the images huge, so half size would be good. We don't want them going vertically down the right side of the screen.
If we is just me, so be it. I'm still making the request.
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