Text wrap around

  • xala


    Hi, This may not be an issue with the theme itself but maybe a useful thing to add as an option.

    How can I make the test wrap around an image in a post or page please? I am struggling to get this sorted and it is holding me up. I have searched and tried a few plugin options like magazine columns but with no joy (They don’t run on the WP latest version).

    There might be a simple answer to this but I am at lost to solve it. Please – if you can provide any clues I will be grateful.



    Syahir Hakim


    Align the image to the left or right?



    Align to the left I guess but the option to change to the right as well would be a bomus and a great way to break up the page styling.



    I thought your answer was a question. I see now it wasn’t.

    The image options for alignment do not create a wrap around and places the text underneath in a new paragraph. I have tried a few times with various ways but can not make the text run alongside and continue under the image.

    Any ideas please.



    Please anyone have an idea what this is about.

    I am inserting images in a page but the text does not flow and wrap around the image.

    I have used the image properties to align the image left but the text still does not sit on the same line as the image and jumps to a new paragraph under it.


    Syahir Hakim


    What’s the URL to your website?



    Many thanks, the site isn’t finished but here is a link to a page for reference showing the image/text relationship I mentioned.



    Syahir Hakim


    Are you using some kind of plugin to add captions to images? Try deactivating that. WordPress already has its own captioning feature.



    Yes – that was it thanks. I had enabled a captioning plugin that caused the problem. Clearly not a good script given the formatting problems.




    That seems strange. I had the same problem, but no captioning plugin. The problem was that I didn’t have any caption set. Is there a reason a non-captioned image would behave differently than a captioned image? Reason as in code reason, but also do you see a practical reason for keeping it that way?

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