I looked around and didn't see a topic on this, so I thought I'd suggest it (pardon me if it's been brought up before).
Is there a way to align a picture to the left and have the text on the right wrap back to center if the text box is longer than the picture? Right now, it seems like I can only get it to wrap like that if the picture is formatted right. When I align the picture left and text right, the text just stays on the right half of the hub until I start a new text box.
So my question is two-fold:
1. Is there a way to do this, and I am missing it? (If so, please explain?)
2. If not, can HubPages easily fix it so that we can align the picture to either side (or even to center it within a larger block of text)?
Thanks in advance for any help, as usual!
I thought if you could set a photo capsule to the left (couldnt even get it to do that) of the text, then a text to the right of the picture, then a new capsule below those you could mimick word wrap but for some reason I can't get the photo capsure to go to the left at all, why is this, didnt you guys say you could do it just not word wrap the text?
No, it's not possible. I asked for this a few weeks ago.
I didn't think it was possible that I was the first one!! Thanks so much, Isabella.
You're welcome to beg him for left-sitting photos, my dear. You never know, he might say yes!
And I'd fully support you!
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