Does anyone know if there is a way to insert images into the text with text wrapping around it? Or does it always have to be completely separate? Is it possible to do something like this:
Put an image box to the right, text box to the left. It will automatically wrap when you have more text than the length of the image
Text wrapping automatically happens when the content of a text capsule exceeds the height of an image set to small size.
Do bear in mind, though, that most readers on HubPages are using a mobile phone not a computer.
HubPages has a very basic layout on mobile phone. If you place a photo as WryLilt and Sue describe, when viewed on a mobile the reader will see the photo first (full width) followed by the text underneath it.
Yes Scarlett, just as Marisa explained: I wanted a picture to be on a recent hub I'm writing and I placed it on the right, but in mobile preview mode the image came first which resulted in the hub making no sense.
So I got a way around that issue:
I split my text into two capsules and the second capsule had the image to the right. So that I could explain what the image is for etc. in the first capsule and have the text wrap around it in the second. With this done people in both view modes - desktop or mobile, have an optimum experience.
by CindyS 17 hours ago
How do I place an image into a paragraph of my article instead of separately, in between paragraphs? I used to be able to double-click on the image and it would set it that way.
by Glen 9 years ago
Once you've researched, drafted, edited, proofed... and before you've published your hub, you should think about a few things you could do to do it justice and add some extra appeal to it.1) Photo or Illustration? I like at LEAST one image. That way when it comes up in the hub search results it has...
by Thomas Dowling 21 months ago
I give! I've searched the first 3 or 4 pages of "Getting Help" Forum and I've read the entire Link's Capsule section in the Learning Center (http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/using-hubtool). That Hub, by the way, has a large number of Quick Links in it. How do you create a list of topics...
by Ronald E Franklin 10 months ago
The biggest issue I have with all capsules having to be full width is that there now seems to be no provision for sidebar content. I've had to eliminate several sidebar text capsules because although they have supplementary information that would be useful for the reader, they just can't be fitted...
by Marika 4 years ago
If the intro text is longer, on various hubs (some of mine as well) there is an Adsense ad right below the image (see image from my hub this morning).For my own blogs I avoid adding any Adsense below (or next or above) an image, as it might be implied that the two are related. Was just wondering if...
by Karen Wilton 7 years ago
Has anyone else noticed that the text on some Hubs has huge gaps to allow for images and ads? It is not just on my own Hubs but others I have read as well. Was there a formatting change I missed?
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