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- December 23, 2015 at 2:25 am #220120Lee FirthParticipant
I’m trying to nest a paragraph and an image inside a single column. Is there a way to do this? You don’t seem to have the ability to drag an image into an existing column. The only way I can work out to do it is to use a WordPress text box and that sort of defeats the objective as far as I’m concerned.December 23, 2015 at 2:13 pm #220366J. DavisKeymaster
As far as I understand you want to wrap text around the image in a column. You are right you should use WordPress Text widget for this purpose.
JohnDecember 23, 2015 at 9:53 pm #220757Lee FirthGuest
Not necessarily “wrap” the text around an image. What I wanted to be able to,do,is add a heading then underneath an image the full width of the column and then more text. This is the page I have been trying to edit: http://dev.livingwisdom.com.au/counseller-profiles/December 24, 2015 at 9:57 am #220956J. DavisKeymaster
You can achieve that result without using WordPress Text widget. You can just drag the objects and place it underneath each other forming a column. I’ve captured a video on how to form the columns using our WordPress Page Builder by MotoPress http://sendvid.com/k7w30e97
Please let me know if you have any additional questions.
JohnDecember 26, 2015 at 10:22 am #221728JohannesGuest
I think in this context this is confusing: building a column you insert an object eg title; then you insert a further object and you can choose “insert” or “row”; but from now on inserting a further object you only can choose between “row” and “row”! Maybe it would be helpfull renaming the first row (actually meaning insert) into “insert”!?
JohannesDecember 28, 2015 at 2:32 pm #222481J. DavisKeymaster
When I added image into the column there was ‘Insert’ hint. Thus I created an Inner Row under the title. When I was adding paragraph I had choice between
- Row to the column (it could be visually seen where it is about to be placed)
- New Row which stretched across the full width of the page.
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