This is a test page to check formatting improvements

For a blog post, we will always use an image "left of the text". But sometime the image has a big, which makes it not easy to read on desktop. It would be ideal to be able to select the max height in pixels when selecting that main picture.

Maria from Little Peach London talks about her babies

About the lists

It would be great to add more space between each bullet point of the text composing a list because:

  • It looks way to crowded, a bit more space would be great.
  • Don't you think it would be a good idea?
  • In my opinion it is very much. Especially when you have on those bullet points long text that goes on many lines. It makes the article almost unreadable.
  • But that's only mo opinion as always,
  • It's just a suggestion!

Absolutely the same for the list with numbers:

  1. It looks way to crowded, a bit more space would be great.
  2. Don't you think it would be a good idea?
  3. In my opinion it is very much. Especially when you have on those bullet points long text that goes on many lines. It makes the article almost unreadable.
  4. But that's only mo opinion as always,
  5. It's just a suggestion!

Thank you

BeWILDerwood in Norfolk

Image "above the text"

When you choose an image "above the text" or "below the text", don't extens it more than the original image width (if it's smaller than the page width) to avoid pixellised images. Of course the image has to be centered. In this example it's above the text.

Image "below the text"

When you choose an image "above the text" or "below the text", don't extens it more than the original image width (if it's smaller than the page width) to avoid pixellised images. Of course the image has to be centered. In this example it's below the text.

And why does the text doesn't do up tu the end of an image? Is that normal? It doesn't look very good. Just look at this big blank space on the right  (on desktop) ====>>>

BeWILDerwood in Norfolk

Image "right from the text and small"

Punting in Cambridge

We see by choosing a pic "right from text and small", the image appears on the level of the heading. It should appear below.

I also think that the margin between text and image is too big. Also, The margin left under the image (between image and text) is not the same when you use "right from text and small" and "left from text and small". On this example, I used a "right from text and small", and you can see that there is on desktop, there is a really small margin the under the image and before the text. Compare with the "left from text and small" below.

Image "right from the text"

And here is a sub heading

BeWILDerwood in Norfolk

You see, when we select "right from text" (not small), the pic appears from the level of the first line of text, and not the heading. This is good. It's not the case when you select "left from text" (see below), "right from text and small" or "left from text and small". Let's put a bit more text to be able to show that the margin under the image "right from text" and before the text. Oops, it appears that I need to write down a bit more text to be able to reach under the image! So let's bla bla bla a bit :)

Image "left from the text and small"

Sub Heading

Hyde Park in London

Here you can see 2 major problems: First, the "left from the text and small" image appears at the Heading level, which looks awful. But look also at the bigger margin under the image before the text, different from an image used on "right from text and small".

Hyde Park in London

Image "left from the text"

Sub-heading

here is just a bloc with an image "left from the text". Here, the image appears from the level of Heading, which is wrong. COmmpare above with "lright from the text" when the image appears from the level of thef irst line of text (good).