So, I ensure that my questions and answers are only of the highest quality. Nicely formatted, not like a wall of text and generally easy-to-read and understand. Plus, I'm deluded into thinking that high quality posts get me reputation.
However, I think my posts could be better. For example, here's a random picture. If I add that as a normal picture in my post:
We can see that it is really big. I just wanted to have that smaller and to the right of my paragraph. So I figured out how to change the image size. We have to use the following snippet of HTML:
img src="http://example.com/sample.png" width="100" height="100"
I'm no coder but that's pretty self explanatory. Here's my end result using that little bit of code:
So that's 200 pixels in width and 150 pixels in height. This stack exchange meta page teaches us all the tags available for use that are in HTML. I don't understand this talk of attributes though, so I decided I'd ask my question on here.
I think images would help make my posts nicer to look at. That's why I believe images are a must-have for me.
How can I have an image to the right of my body of text?
For example, I would have this paragraph I'm writing now and making extra long on purpose to serve as my example for how I want this to be done please do not comment on the grammar of this it is an example. So, to the right of this paragraph would be an image. A bit like when you drag and drop an image on Microsoft word next to your body of text and it auto formats it all for you.