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Captions to pictures inserted with powercms

Thread began 2/16/2014 4:28 pm by cldsk | Last modified 2/17/2014 11:43 am by Jason Byrnes | 123 views | 1 replies |


Captions to pictures inserted with powercms

I have a client using powerCms successfully, though one of his pages he has several pictures that he wants to put a caption underneath. The problem with this in powercms is that it messes up with the original copy of the content page. In his static site, the captions were formed by putting them in a div tag under the pictures. Is there an easy way to direct him in doing this in powerCms or another easy to understand client fix?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

looking at the source code for the page, the format uses a table with 2 columns.

the left column is the copy, and the right column is the image

for the layout you are trying to accomplish, there should only be one column.

the copy cannot flow around the image when they are in 2 separate columns.

the label has nothing to do with it.

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