Aligning text around an image

You can either place an image first then add text, or vise versa. For this example, I will have text in place and insert an image.

Place your cursor in the text roughly where you would like the image. For example, if you would like the image to be in line with the top of the text, you will place your cursor before the first sentence.

Choose the "Insert/Edit Image" icon screen shot of image button from the WYSIWYG editor. 

In the pop-up window, choose the file you want to insert (this will bring up another pop-up window). Once you have selected a file, choose "confirm" and return to the Insert/Edit Image pop-up window.

In this window, you need to choose the image for placement and type the alternate text for that image.

Do not adjust the "Width/Height". You should only import images in the true size that you want them on the web page. Plus, the style sheet will override your image size adjustments.

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Select the Advanced tab to modify alignment.

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"Border Width": feel free to place a border on the image. The number you place in this box indicates the width of the black border in pixels. One or two pixels will be sufficient for most images you insert. 

"Vertical Spacing" and "Horizontal Spacing" allows you to add some padding around the image - so the text does not bump right up against the image. This is a number representing pixels as well. We recommend putting 8 pixels in the window. This will give you a 4-pixel white space on wither side of the image.

Finally—don't forget to "Insert" or "Update" the image. 

Sample without spacing:
Dr. John KellyAs a land-grant university, Clemson is part of a national system created by the U.S. Congress to improve the quality of life for citizens in every state through teaching, research and outreach. While faculty members teach Clemson students, the university’s statewide network of Public Service Activities (PSA) conducts research and outreach programs to improve the quality of life for citizens in South Carolina.

Sample with 8 px Horizontal and 4 px Vertical spacing:
Dr. John KellyAs a land-grant university, Clemson is part of a national system created by the U.S. Congress to improve the quality of life for citizens in every state through teaching, research and outreach. While faculty members teach Clemson students, the university’s statewide network of Public Service Activities (PSA) conducts research and outreach programs to improve the quality of life for citizens in South Carolina.