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How do you wrap text around an image?

How do you wrap text around an image?  I tried aligning to the left, but the text won't wrap around it.

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Update Feb 2018 -

We recently updated the WYSIWYG and this is now available in the advanced image settings.

When you add images to the content editor, you can use the left, center and right justify text icon to align the image with the text. This will cause the text to wrap around the image. See this video from our support team for an example.

You can also edit the advanced tab with code ie., float: left; margin-right: 10px;

Kevin's suggestion below is accurate: you can control whether the text wraps around an image using our built in "Insert/edit image" button in the formatting bar of the text editor. (See below.)


Once you've opened the "Insert/edit image" popup, you can control how the text wraps around the image and how much padding (white space) should surround the image using the built in controls. If you want the text to wrap around the right side of the image, you'll want align the image to the left and vice versa.

'Vertical' and 'horizontal' space controls the amount of white space that surrounds the image. (You'll likely want to specify values of at least 5 or 10 in these fields so that the text does not appear to be 'touching' the image.)


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