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End Text Wrapping

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The end text wrapping button is in the far left.

The end text wrapping button allows you to control when text wraps around an image so you can create distinct sections of images and text.

Here are some layouts you can create with the end text wrapping button.

Three rows of an image on the left and text on the right.
Three rows with an image on the left and text on the right. The images and text do not invade other rows.
Three rows of alternating images and text.
Three rows. In two rows the image is on the left. In the second row, the image is on the left. The text and image do not invade other rows.

Without the end text wrapping button, layouts could be broken. Here is the end text wrapping button in action:

Animated gif of a layout with awkardly aligned images, but the placement of an end text wrapping button makes clear sections.

The dotted line and end text wrapping label will only show up in the text editor. It will not be visible on the published page.

A published page using the end text wrapping divider - the dotted line is not visible.

Tip

The best way to make these sections is to place images as text in the order you want, add the end text wrapping divider between sections, then edit the images to align them left or right after.

How to insert images.