When creating a new post the draft looks perfect, but in Preview mode or when actually posted the images and text do not show up correctly. Specifically, images that are aligned right or centered look great in the draft, but they don’t actually show up that way, and text that should wrap around images does not do so.
Instead, everything is left justified. Is there a way to fix this?
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You can write post content using Visual Composer editor and place the content in rows using layout you need.
To enable Visual Composer editor for posts go to WP Dashboard > Visual Composer > Role Manager > Administrator > Post Types > select “Custom” and tick the needed values.
Thanks for the reply. So, I’ve turned Visual Composer on for posts and it has helped the situation, in that the published layout is improved…
But this is still a workaround. It didn’t actually allow me to align images as I’d like to — and even with the Visual Composer workaround I still can’t make text wrap around images. I’m having to just kind of rig the columns and rows to look as good as I can get them.
I guess I can live with putting in the images this way, but do you have any other suggestions for the word wrap issue specifically?
Here’s the now updated post created using Visual Composer: http://www.designtra.com/vives-ceramic-tile-traditional-values-fused-with-modern-tastes/
As you can see, the spacing’s still a bit wonky and the text doesn’t wrap around images.
Hmmm…. I’ve figured out the problem. For some reason, if the image has a caption the text won’t wrap around it and it won’t align right, left, or center.
If I take out the caption everything works fine.
Any idea why this would be or how to fix it? I would really like to be able to caption my images.
Perhaps it has to do with this?
Our theme doesn’t have such code in style.css file.
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As I mentioned, the word wrap issue is solved – so long as I’m willing to remove captions.
Now that it’s working, I guess a better question is, is there a way to add image captions back in without losing the currently-working word wrap?
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