Sorry for the long story but it's a complicated matter.
With the transfer to a new template I noticed some of the jpgs got lost. They're still in the Media Lib but show up blind in the post. It also happens in my blog with the old template, it's obviously a general hitch.
But I noticed that the code tags of images are not always the same. A centered image for instance, has the preceding code
and in the following, actual code tag once more a 'center' indication, but sometimes there's a residue of the initial Left position: 'alignnone'.
Others don't show that prefixed code, just 'center' in the main code tag. I wonder why.
The pixel width/height details are mostly placed at the end of the code, but once in a while they are somewhere in the middle. These measurement details I was advised to remove, which I do consequently, although I'm not sure anymore that this helps to 'fix' the jpeg better, and it's all extra work...
But the fixation of placed jpegs is my main concern. Is there a standard arrangement/lay-out for these codes that works best?
Another slight nuisance: a row of images that all have different widths, I center. It simply looks better. But on Dusk to Dawn, they get spaced out too far. 0,7 inches (18 millimeters). With ten images in a row, that's an extra - gasp! - 7 inches to scroll...
Editing the codes without line break doesn't help, and when I edit the codes running continuously - tail to head - they either, Bingo! show the desired smaller space diversion, or get, Bummer! glued together. It's a struggle to get them the way I want.
I also use a font text code, and it has the indication 'line-height X %'. I wonder, isn't there something alike that I can add in the image code tag? Or is it fixed or play-restricted in the CSS of the template? (I know how to manipulate a cascade, but I don't have the upgrade as yet)
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