Adding Pictures Inside the Letter
All pictures you attach to a letter will be shown at the end of the letter, with the first picture shown above theletter.
Here’s how to put a picture in the middle of a letter, rather than at the end. The key is to know the picture number, which is the order that you attach the pictures to the email. The first picture you attach is picture #1, or image 1; the second picture you attach is picture #2 or image 2, etc.
If you want to ‘insert’ a picture in the middle of a letter, you just need to know the image/picture number. Here’s an example.
One fine day we were walking around the neighborhood and saw this funny sign #img1#. We had a good laugh about it.
So when the letter is published on your missionary’s blog site, the first picture you attach to the email will be placed right after ‘this funny sign’, because you specified ‘#img1#’. The “#” signs are how we specify where the picture should go. So the number you put with the #img# tag is the order in which you attach the pictures: first picture = #img1#, second picture = #img2#, etc.
You can add a caption to an image in this way:
#img1 caption=’A funny sign’# One fine day we were walking around the neighborhood and saw this funny sign. We had a good laugh about it.
Notice that we moved the #img# thing to the beginning of the paragraph. That puts the picture in the left edge, at the beginning of the paragraph. (Although you can put the #img# thing anywhere, the picture will look best if you add it at the beginning of the paragraph. And note that we used the ‘single quote’ character, and no spaces around the ‘=’ sign. Don’t forget the “#’ character at the end!
The result will be text similar to this, with the picture displayed just before the paragraph’s text.
A funny sign One fine day we were walking around the neighborhood and saw this funny sign. We had a good laugh about it.
If you have any questions about any of this, please let us know!
The MissionaryLetters.com Team