To line up pics side by side:

insert them with a left alignment

Then add a 1 pixel, same height white (or whatever your background colour) image file with “none” alignment and  “actual size”.

That forces a crlf so that the next text doesn’t end up beside the picture.

If you put the first pic with a left alignment and the next with “none”, the second pic will be on it’s own line.  ie both pics will be on their own lines.

showing back too

loose stipple

mad hens

showing back too

text before the crlf file

Before you add the crlf file, the text lines up with the top of the side by side pics.  To see the crlf file (on a white background like here) you have to highlight the area.

more blah

more blah

December 2010

more blah

more blah

more blah

more blah

more blah

more blah

more blah

So, the above example shows how to use the crlf file to put only the text beside the picture that you want and to force the next text under the pic.  To make the crlf file the correct height, just flick from the “visual” tab to “html” (upper rt hand of editing window), find that instance of the crlf file and tamper with the height until it’s correct.

Leave a Reply

*