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We've has some issues adding captions on images in our blogs. In the preview, the captions appear underneath the image, but once published the caption shows up in the body of the blog. Any way to fix this?
Is there any formatting applied to the text or image? You can check by clicking View > View Source in the editor toolbar. Do you see style= anywhere?
Hey Grace Kamau ,
I don't see a style tag in the text/image. We tried to align the photo and caption but that didn't seem to work either. Here's the code we have for the image and caption.
Do you want the image and caption to be right aligned? Or do you want them to appear on the page the same way they appear in the editor?
Grace Kamau ,
We'd like to have the image and caption be right-aligned.
Add style="text-align: left;" to the image and style="text-align: right;" to the caption.
Alternatively, you can enter the caption as regular text in the editor. Click on either side of the image then in the toolbar click Format > Align > Right. Next, click to the right of the image, press Shift + Enter, and type the caption text. Shift + Enter will produce less space between the image and text than pressing Enter.
I'm still having a hard time. Here is what I get when I put in the code you suggested
I also tried the shift enter method and didn't get the desired outcome. Ideally, we'd like the body text to wrap around the photo while have the caption the same width and underneath the photo.Is there way to have the captions default to that width and position?
Try this instead:
style="width: 50%; float: right;"
You can replace 50% with your desired width. Your content should end up looking like this:
Grace Kamau that worked!
Hi there Grace,
I understand this and it works fine. My problem is that I am having interns add some images and this is a lot to expect from them. Is altering the code the only way to make it work. This is what we are experiencing:
Another option is to enter the caption as regular text in the editor. After adding an image, click on either side of the image, then in the toolbar click Format > Align > Right. Next, click to the right of the image, press Shift + Enter, and type the caption text. Shift + Enter will produce less space between the image and text than pressing Enter.
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