I thought anything might be possible after Darkside's Capsule list.
No, you can't move a photo capsule to the left. Only to the right.
If you really want a picture to be on the left with text ONLY wrapped from the right, there is a little trick that you might want to try.
Using a program like Photoshop, open a new project that is 500x250. Open the image you want to use and make sure it is at leas than 250x250 and align it to the left in the new project. Open a text block for the other half of that new project and insert whatever text you want(within the TOS) Save the whole thing as a .jpg and upload it to your hub where you want it as full. Use the caption block to insert your keywords.
Note: The text in the image you just created will not count towards your hub word count. The Search engines will not see the text only the image. The only way to edit it is to edit the whole image.
It's a way around what is in place but nothing that will add any real value to your hub. So, a lot of work for little benefit if any.
by Catherine Giordano39 hours ago
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by Glen7 years ago
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by Susannah Birch5 years ago
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