This ‘HTML Wrap Text Around Images’ tutorial provides insights on seamlessly incorporating visuals into your Elementor text widget, bypassing the need for additional widgets. Let Web Squadron show you how.
The Simplicity of HTML Wrap Text Around Image in Elementor
Elementor makes it easy to wrap text around an image within a single text widget. Here’s how you can do it:
- Open your text widget in Elementor.
- Click on the text editor.
- Insert a return at the top.
- Use the ‘Add Media‘ option to insert an image.
At this point, your image will appear above the text. But don’t worry, we’ll fix that in the next section.
Aligning the Image Text Wrap
Now that we’ve got our image in place, we need to make sure it’s aligned properly. Here’s how you align your image:
- Click on the image.
- Align the image to the left, center, or right as needed.
Now, your image should be aligned with your text. But we’re not done yet. We still need to add some padding to our image.
Adding Padding for Better Text Wrapping
Adding padding can improve the appearance of text wrapping. Here’s how you add padding:
- Switch to the text view to see the syntax and code for the image.
- Add the style attribute for padding to the image tag.
- Adjust the padding values as needed.
Here’s a quick code snippet to add to your image HTML:
Conclusion of Image Text Wrap HTML
Wrapping text around an image in Elementor is as straightforward as following these steps. You just need to know what steps to take and how to put them together. So, why not give it a try in your next Elementor project?