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Template Cassiopeia

Post by zyga51 » Wed Jan 26, 2022 10:50 am

I have a question about Cassiopeia in the Article to make a space between the image and the content after displaying, read the image on the left or right side and reduce the header of the content of the article
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Re: Templatka Cassopeia

Post by xplosion » Mon Jan 31, 2022 11:05 am

Edit the article, go to source code, search for your image and then edit the img tag and add a float and a margin attribute. The code will look like this:

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<img style="float: left; margin-right: 20px margin-bottom:0;" src="images/sampledata/cassiopeia/nasa3-400.jpg" width="400" height="400" />
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Re: Template Cassiopeia

Post by AMurray » Tue Feb 01, 2022 12:06 am

You could also create a custom class for the img tag (placed in your template's user.css file).

So you'd do it like this, such as:

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.yourpic {float: left; margin-right;20px margin-bottom:0;"}
then in your image tag:

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<img class="yourpic" />
Just cleaner than inline styles - but achieves the same outcome.
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