Text Editor Horizontal Line

You’ve written a catchy post and you have some pretty images to embellish it. Now you want these images to sit nicely on the post, tucked over there to the left, lined up in a tidy array.

It ends up looking like this ..awful!

catania-mercato-2b This is the best way to get your fresh fish, alive and jumping in the market. You can see me in the background calling out a bid. Like my beanie? You just can’t beat a good beanie and it disguises my appearance too, just like I’ll do to the fish.

sciacca-castello-conte-lunaAfter I bought the fish I went to the Castello Conte Luna so I could cook it (the fish, not the castello) Lovely and cool up here, especially welcome after the climb!

Cannelloni agli spinaci e ricotta

Cannelloni agli spinaci e ricotta

The cooked fish ended up like this. I know it doesn’t look very much like a cooked fish but I’m an absolute wizard at disguising food of any sort. I have to be, the children won’t touch anything remotely resembling food of the piscine variety so anything plucked from the watery depths has to be camouflaged within an inch of its (former) life. And don’t even mention crustaceans! So there’s the explanation as to why the swordfish appears to be a pleasing dish of Cannelloni agli spinaci e ricotta

What’s the solution?

I could add more text next to the images and see if I can make them fit better that way. Fingers crossed.

Or I could use the Horizontal Line
After you add the media image and write the description, move (with mouse or finger) to the bottom of the image and then click on the horizontal line.

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catania-mercato-2b This is the best way to get your fresh fish, alive and jumping in the market. You can see me in the background calling out a bid. Like my beanie? You just can’t beat a good beanie and it disguises my appearance too, just like I’ll do to the fish.

 

 

 


 

sciacca-castello-conte-luna

After I bought the fish I went to the Castello Conte Luna so I could cook it (the fish, not the castello). Lovely and cool up here, especially welcome after the climb!

 

 

 


 

Cannelloni agli spinaci e ricotta

Cannelloni agli spinaci e ricotta

The cooked fish ended up like this. I know it doesn’t look very much like a cooked fish but I’m an absolute wizard at disguising food of any sort. I have to be, the children won’t touch anything remotely resembling food of the piscine variety so anything plucked from the watery depths has to be camouflaged within an inch of its (former) life. And don’t even mention crustaceans! So there’s the explanation as to why the swordfish appears to be a pleasing dish of Cannelloni agli spinaci e ricotta