Moving An Image

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Moving An Image

This image code you put into a page, or in the case of templates already is in the page, can be edited to align your image on different parts of the page. An example of the image code is below:

[[image:mynewimage.jpg|200px|thumb|center|<center>mycaption</center>]]

In order to change where the image appears simply change the part of the code that reads center to eight left or right depending on where you want it to appear on the page. If you only have one line of text on the page, leaving the image centered above the text. For assistance editing other parts of the code see the help section.


Do not confuse the image location part of the code (in the above case it is center) with the <center> and </center> tags at the end of the code. Those tags tell the image caption to appear centered under the image.