By default, your image will always appear where you last clicked your mouse and saw a blinking pipe symbol (|). However, changing your image's positioning or alignment is easy and can be achieved by using the following steps.
(a) If your image has already been added to an article of content, begin by clicking your mouse in the new and desired located. The pipe symbol ( | ) will appear and begin to blink.
(b) Next, click the image once, and the entire image will become highlighted in blue.
(c) Click and drag your image to the new location.
(d) Release your mouse and click elsewhere on the page. The image has now been moved to the new location. If you are satisfied, scroll to the bottom of your page and click Save.
(e) Use the View/Edit page to determine if additional charges are needed. If so, click the Edit tab to resume editing.
You can also change an image's alignment before adding the image to a page.
(a) After clicking the insert/edit image icon in the WYSIWYG editor and selecting your image, click the appearance tab to set your image's alignment.
The Appearance tab allows you to fine tune the size of your image, and choose how your image will interact with the text around it. The box to the right displays the effects of the various options.
The Alignment drop down menu lets you choose how the text on your page will flow or align with your image. Select the desired alignment from the drop down menu.
NOTE: ENTERING INFO IN THE VERTICAL/HORIZONTAL SPACE BOXES IS NO LONGER NEEDED.
OUR PLATFORM AUTOMATICALLY ADDS 10 PIXELS OF SPACE AROUND ALL IMAGES. IF YOU ATTEMPT TO OVERRIDE THIS, NO PADDING WILL BE ADDED TO YOUR PAGE
(b) OPTIONAL: You may want to set the Dimensions and Vertical and Horizontal space boxes for your image.
Dimensions allow you to adjust the size of your image, in pixels. The Constrain Proportions checkbox, if checked, will keep the image the same shape, preventing distortion.
The Vertical and Horizontal Space boxes set an invisible border, in pixels, around the image.
NOTE: If blank, a good amount of space will separate your image and any surrounding text.
(c) Other options include using the border box to set the thickness, in pixels, of a black border surrounding the image. If left empty, no border will display.
(d) If you are happy with the styling and placement of your image, click the Insert button to place your image on the page.
(e) Your image will appear where you placed it on your editing page. To make additional changes, click on the image, then click on the Insert/Edit Image tool.
(f) The Insert/Edit Image pop-up window will reopen. Resize the window, if necessary, so the entire window is visible, especially the buttons at the bottom. Continue editing your content page, and don't forget to Save!