How to wrap text around images in Confluence 4.0
I have just learned how to wrap the text around an image in Confluence 4.0. W00t. Just click the image to select it, then click the left-align or right-align button in the editor toolbar. Simple when you know how!
One tricky aspect: There is no indication that the image is selected. Just click it, and it will be OK. 🙂
In case you’re wondering, it’s easy in Confluence 3.5: When you insert an image using the image browser, there is an “Align” option in the image insertion dialog, where you can choose no alignment, or left, right or centre alignment.
When using wiki markup (in either 3.5 or 4.0) you can enter an alignment parameter in the image markup. For example,
Happy word wrapping. 🙂