I used to know this answer and I think I used to be able to do it but now I can't remember how to post a photo on the the left side of the hub. All my graphics and photos go to the right automatically. Is it still possible to put photos on the left?
We can't align photos to the left, only full size or to the right.
Writer Fox is correct, there is no way to "left align" photos, per se. However, you can get a photo to look like it is on the left side by making it full-width and then making the next capsule right-aligned so that it sits next to the photo.
I should also mention that these days we recommend making all capsules full-width since over half your readers are using mobile devices where the capsules will all look full-width anyway.
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