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Terry is in the usergroup ‘Fan in action’
Hi beauties! I have a code suggestion. When inserting a picture in a forum post, we have the option of none, left, right, center for the float argument in the img tag. I believe this should include padding:5px; if the picture is top left in the post. Many posts start with a picture, and eventually they get floated left, so the text wraps nicely. However, one must edit the source code to include padding:5ps; to put space between the image and the text. Now, I realize it's a violation of norms to add things to css, but in a forum post, it seems expected behavior to want a white-space border around the image as to avoid conflict between text and image. Just throwing in my 2 alt-155 in there as a suggestion.
 
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Chris Graham is in the usergroup ‘Administrators’
Thanks for the feedback, added a note to the tracker.


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