Captioning an image and placing your image precisely on a page is easy using the CaptionPix short codes. Here is a list of all the parameters supported by CaptionPix. What Do I Need? Typically you will need a minimum of two things before you can place your image. the URL of the image you want […]
For caption formatting use the following parameters on the captionpix command captionalign – align the caption text either left, right or center captionclass – CSS class used to define the caption (all other params apart from captiontext are ignored) captionfontcolor – colour of the caption font captionfontsize – size in pixels of the caption font […]
A reader of this site (Robert Williscroft) said he couldn’t get CaptionPix to present images so that they appeared left aligned and in a column. It’s easy to do. See below. I’ve done it without captions and without frames but you can add captions or frames if you wish. All you do is specify captionpix […]
Here is a video showing you how to use CaptionPix. Some people are getting confused and making assumptions about CaptionPix wihtout bothering to read any documentation or look at any of the tutorial videos. It is a very simple plugin.
A user contacted me to say that CaptionPix wasn’t working and he provided me with his Captionpix shortcode so that I could try it myself. This is the code that given to me. (Note extra spaces are embedded in this command so that it can be seen here) [ captionpix imgsrc=”https://blogs.comm.psu.edu/shanksville/?attachment_id=611″ captiontext=”shortCaptionGoesHere”] The command didn’t […]