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Images suddenly showing at bottom of blog post

  1. When the images were posted in a blog post they initially displayed at the top of the post under the title, now suddenly they are displaying at the bottom of the blog post. Is there an option to change the location of the image? I see where the alignment can be selected (none, center, right, left), but not location within a blog post.
    thanks for your help!

  2. thank you

  3. We cannot help you without a link to your blog. And please link it in your user name as explained in the sticky at the top of the forums:

    Go into your dashboard -> users -> your profile -> then scroll down to 'contact info'. In the spot where it says 'website' fill in the address of your blog and save the changes.
    Now... when you comment here and on other blogs, your name will link to your blog. If you do this before you post your request for help, it will allow forum volunteers to be able to help you quicker since they won't have to ask you for a link and wait until you come back to post one.

  4. Thank you! Yes, new to blogging...

  5. Somehow, you must have put the text in BEFORE the image code. If you want the image at the top of the post, just edit the entry and drag the picture to the top.

    And thanks for providing us with a link to your blog.

  6. Thank you! I'm dragging the image to the top of the post as suggested, however, the caption information does move along with it. Any suggestions?

  7. Take the caption out and put it back in.

  8. panaghiotisadam
    Member

    At the moment the image and the caption have been separated, and their codes are wrong. You should delete them both and then re-insert the image in the post (click Add an Image, click Media Library, click "Show" etc.).

    There are other bits of useless code in your post, too; they show that you've been pasting from Word, which you shouldn't be doing:
    http://faq.wordpress.com/2006/11/09/why-not-to-use-word/

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