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Thumbnails indentation

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Jan 17, 2023 Jan 17, 2023

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Hello everybody,

It's my second post today, but it's the last one 🙂 I'm using RH 2020.8.34 and working on the frameless output, Oceanic skin. 

My content has different alignments, let's say I have something like on the screen below. I insert an image that refers to last three bullets (second bulleted1 and two bulleted2). To make it visually nice, I align the inserted image to the bulleted1 style alignment (let's say, 16px to the right, the red line below). For the regular images I created a separate image style with the needed indentation, and everything is ok.

 

But sometimes I insert huge images to show more content, so I need to use thumbnails to keep the visual consistency in my output. When I create a thumbnail, I'd like to indent it as well to the bulleted1 style. I created other style just for thumbnails and I tried to indent it manually in the Source view. 

Is it possible to indent thumbnails? If yes, how?

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Jan 17, 2023 Jan 17, 2023

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If you create p styles (e.g. p.thumbnail1) with the same indent as your bullets and apply them to the image paragraphs, that should work. If you can't see the style when you try to apply it, just make sure the cursor is in front of or behind the image, rather than selecting the image. You can also use the tag breadcrumb bar at the top of the topic to select the whole paragraph.

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Jan 18, 2023 Jan 18, 2023

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You can also apply image styles but there is the old trick of using Shift Enter at the end of the text in the list. The cursor will then line up with the text above and you can insert your image.

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