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Figure caption creates an automatic indent

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Mar 25, 2021 Mar 25, 2021

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Is it normal that a picture in a content is automatically indent, as soon as a figure caption is used?

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Adobe Community Professional , Mar 25, 2021 Mar 25, 2021
You haven't said which version of RoboHelp, that does affect answers. In 2020 if you look at the topic in source view you will see something like <figure> <figcaption>Caption</figcaption> <img align="left" src="../assets/images/imagename.png" title="Caption" /> </figure> That indent looks like the default behaviour of the figure style. See HTML figure Tag (w3schools.com) Add the following to your CSS and that will fix it. figure { margin-left: 0pt; } _____________________________________...

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You haven't said which version of RoboHelp, that does affect answers.

 

In 2020 if you look at the topic in source view you will see something like

 

<figure>
<figcaption>Caption</figcaption>
<img align="left" src="../assets/images/imagename.png" title="Caption" />
</figure>

 

That indent looks like the default behaviour of the figure style. See HTML figure Tag (w3schools.com)

 

Add the following to your CSS and that will fix it.

figure {
margin-left: 0pt;
}

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