When I insert a picture capsule, it takes up the full column width. But I've seen hubs with two-column layout. How can I put a picture next to some text? Related to this: is it possible to embed pictures in text (i.e. CSS float)
You can move a capsule into the right column by using the right arrow on the control bar just above the capsules content. There is not a way to embed pictures within a text capsule.
by Juliette Kando4 years ago
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by Sabrina Yuquan Chen (陈玉泉)6 years ago
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by Dave McClure9 years ago
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