How come I can't put pictures on the side of my text?
On my newest article I wanted to click the arrow that would set the image beside the text, but it isn't there anymore. It used to work for all my other articles but for some reason it only lets me push it up and down. I can still publish it I just thought it would look better.
There was an announcement recently that said all images must be full width so that they looked better on mobile devices. Anything that is half width will be moved to full width soon so it is worth checking your articles and maybe changing them to full width yourself so that they appear where you want them.
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