In order for these blogs to look the way they do (i.e. not overlapping), your pictures need to have the tags for “text-wrapping.”
Text-wrapping allows for the text within the body of your post to wrap around the picture.
When you are in a new post you’ll need to add text, and should you choose to add images/videos/pdf files here’s how to do that:
Here’s your screen with text added, now if you would like to add an image to the beginning of your post select the “Add Media” button.
Now you’ll be on the Media Library screen. Either select a photo you’ve already uploaded, or upload a new photo. If you get the photo from somewhere other than a creative commons site make sure to cite your sources!
Along the right side of the Media Library screen you’ll have a few options:
First: Adding captions, alternative text. etc. (see photo)
Second: You can choose the alignment,picture size. etc (see photo)
Now here is what the code will look like within the image with either left, right or center alignment:
The red rectangle shows how the alignment is set. The “class” is the tag for alignment, and you could add this on your own using HTML, should you choose.
Here is what the finished product looks like:
It’s usually better to add media after you’ve finished writing your post, just to ensure your formatting is how you’d like it to look. But you can also, add the media, and continue your post.