EDIT TIP: How to align a picture into the MIDDLE of a text capsule

  1. kschang profile image91
    kschangposted 6 years ago

    Problem: right now, if you "right-align" a photo capsule, it is "top-aligned", in that it always "floats" to align with the "top" of the matching text capsule.

    What if you want the picture in the middle, to align with a different paragraph?

    The answer is simple: fake it, by using TWO text capsules.

    Half of the text goes into the "top" capsule. The text you want the picture aligned to would go into the "bottom" capsule.

    Then you "attach" the photo capsule to the "bottom" text capsule.

    If you don't put in a "title" for the bottom capsule, it links up seamlessly with the top capsule. Voila, a picture that aligns in the "middle"!

    1. wilderness profile image99
      wildernessposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      Yes, it usually works very well.  Occasionally, however, I find that extra white space is added between the two capsules, as if the upper one had several "returns" at the end of the text.

      If that happens edit the capsule and delete the extra space.  Sometimes it comes right back when saved and it may take a couple of tries to get rid of it.

      1. kschang profile image91
        kschangposted 6 years agoin reply to this

        Edit the HTML directly and get rid of any extra spaces and such should fix that too.