Not so much a bug, but a question about pictures in Wikis/Articles

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  1. jim berman

    jim berman

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    When I add a picture to an article, is there a functional way to have the text wrap the article or at least share the white-space, rather than have gaps next to the pictures?

    Thanks!

    -Jim
     
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    Any input?  Huddler team... any ideas?
     
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    Are the folks from Huddler still monitoring the boards? This forum? I am preparing another article and would like to be to improve the photo placement.
     
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    I haven't found any controls for that. Would be elegant.

    Phil
     
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    phatch Moderator Staff Member

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    The text justification can effect pictures though.

    When you're creating or editing the content, click the picture. Then pick a left, center or right justified text icon and the picture will move to that location.

    Can't get it to wrap text though.
     
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    Thank you for the response. I was beginning to think I was blacklisted or something.

    I have noticed the affect from justification; I was hoping to eliminate some of the white space that creates gaps throughout the article.

    Thanks, again!
     
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    phatch Moderator Staff Member

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    One more thought, you could revert to "bad HTML" and use the table feature , turn off the lines and have at it. Primitive, but was the standard for the web for far too long.
     
    [​IMG]Text to play with the pic
      

    Well, cell size control is tricky.
     
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