November 28, 2007 § 2 Comments
And suddenly, my MarsEdit/WordPress photo problems are solved, too! (Though spacing is still an issue, obviously.)
Wow. That smeary moon is like my night vision.
I hope I’m not being presumptuous, but I had a couple of my own problems getting images/text to look right in a WordPress blog (using MarsEdit). You may already know all this (and may have tried), but I’ll toss this out there just in case…
Did you want the text to wrap around the image – down the length of it? If so, you could try adding:
… within the html MarsEdit inserts when it places an image in your post (after – alt=”lburg-chrstms32.jpg”).
Or, if you want all of the text to appear below the image (without wrapping the text around the image at all), you could throw in:
BR CLEAR=ALL (include the brackets that make this a html tag: “”)
… after the html MarsEdit inserts for the image.
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