Formatting Question

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    MarkStruczewski
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    Hello!

    I asked this question via My.StudioPress help but was suggested I post this question here.

    I am using the eleven40 theme but am having trouble with formatting properly.  I have to keep going back and forth and adding spaces to make this look correct.

    I am not a full-time developer/programmer.  I am learning as I go.  So, if you suggest more advanced techniques, please be very clear on what I need to do.  I mostly use the Visual Editor.
    On my testimonials page (http://markstruczewski.com/testimonials/), I am struggling with formatting as I am adding 150×150 thumbnails (with left alignment). My copy is not uniform on the page with the testimonials with images. Is there an easier way to do this so the formatting is consistent?

    Actually, this question will apply to any page where I use images.

    Thanks!

    http://markstruczewski.com/testimonials/
    #45310

    AC
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    You could use column classes – put the picture in column one, the text in column 2 for each person and then put this at the end to start a new person:

    [html]<br clear="all">[/html]

    Or… try to do that now. At the end of the text for each person – add that code in HTML mode.

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 4 months ago by  AC. Reason: correct typo
    • This reply was modified 1 year, 4 months ago by  AC. Reason: correct typo
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    MarkStruczewski
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    Thanks, Anitac.  So, do I put this code at the end of this code?

    <em><img class=”size-full wp-image-7608 alignleft” alt=”36ae4a3″ src=”http://markstruczewski.com/wp-content/uploads/36ae4a3.jpg” width=”145″ height=”145″ />I had the pleasure to hear Mark speak at a professional women’s networking group. His presentation was concise and informative. And he made me laugh out loud! What a delight! He really knows how to get his audience involved.</em>

    Arue Moore

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