Image spacing, text wrap?
This is regarding how to embed an image, have text wrap around the image, and have space between the image and the text? I did a search and saw several threads on this subject but no real answer. The answers I saw seemed to fix it in one place but break something else.
What I got from reading all of this is that, if you put it in the theme style.css, then it either applies to things you do not want it to - like smilies - or it doesn't apply to all that you do want it to. So, and correct me if I am wrong, I am left with the conclusion that padding (or border or margin) should be applied to each image when embedded and not globally. So, let me ask it this way:
If, say, I want to embed an image in a SmartSection (or News) article, or in block content, have the text wrap around the image, have the image aligned to the left, and have 10px spacing between the right side of the image and the text, how would this be done? Would you use the [img] tag or html tag, and how would it be formatted?