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Example of Left aligned image

Example Image #18Using a very simple shortcode, found in the TinyMCE write panel (locate the icon which looks like a horse – its really a unicorn though!) and select the method in which you wish to align your images. Not just this though, we’ve included a variety of shortcodes that are easily accesable by a few clicks of the mouse. Save your edits and publish the new page / post for your new results in the frontend. Its really that simple. Just click, paste / insert and edit.

Example of Right aligned image

Example Image #24Using a very simple shortcode, found in the TinyMCE write panel (locate the icon which looks like a horse – its really a unicorn though!) and select the method in which you wish to align your images. Not just this though, we’ve included a variety of shortcodes that are easily accesable by a few clicks of the mouse. Save your edits and publish the new page / post for your new results in the frontend. Its really that simple. Just click, paste / insert and edit.

Example of Left aligned image

Example Image #18Using a very simple shortcode, found in the TinyMCE write panel (locate the icon which looks like a horse – its really a unicorn though!) and select the method in which you wish to align your images. Not just this though, we’ve included a variety of shortcodes that are easily accesable by a few clicks of the mouse. Save your edits and publish the new page / post for your new results in the frontend. Its really that simple. Just click, paste / insert and edit.

Example of Right aligned image

Example Image #24Using a very simple shortcode, found in the TinyMCE write panel (locate the icon which looks like a horse – its really a unicorn though!) and select the method in which you wish to align your images. Not just this though, we’ve included a variety of shortcodes that are easily accesable by a few clicks of the mouse. Save your edits and publish the new page / post for your new results in the frontend. Its really that simple. Just click, paste / insert and edit.

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