Actually I know how to align an image to be left or right of a bunch of text. In wordpress I use "img class="alignright" and it works fine.
HOWEVER, I'm trying to put that right in my index page. When I do that, the code does not work. The images are to the left and the text below them.
So does anyone know why a blog post will show the images right (or left, right?), but not in the same theme in the index page?
Sorry, can't help.
What theme are you using? And have you tried contacting the creators?
It's a theme I bought, rather not say. I assume it has to do with the style sheet. But I thought a post and the raw index page would work the same.
Maybe the index page on a theme does not follow the style sheet. In which case it's a browser issue.
Anyway I've started to just make a table and cells to do the job, should work, thanks.
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