I have uploaded pictures on my website but they are at the bottom of the page next to Amazon and Ebay. How can I get them positioned on my webpage rather than down at the bottom? It won't drag into position, and it will only float right, left, up or down. Tried everything I could think of to no avail.
On the right hand side where it says "Capsule Ordering" click on the button down the bottom that says Reorder Now.
Sometimes you need to do that to get it working right again.
and buttons on each capsule will move them one space (in the direction they're pointing) at a time.
The photo capsule supports the movements you described. Up. Down. Right. If you click edit on the capsule you can add more photos, make a slide show, or change their sizes.
I hope that helps.
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