I have a page with 4 images side by side. In the editor, it displays the images in the same row. Once I save however, the images display one per row.
They are all small images. I have no effects on any of them.
Any idea what is causing this?
I tried IE, Firefox and Chrome. I'm running confluence 5.8.14
No idea, never had that.
Anything unusual with the page or the images: Blank space between images, accidentally activated a text format other than "Paragraph" or any other text format?
Did you try with different images? Did you try with a new and empty space? Did you hit "Clear Formatting" to make sure there is no hidden something causing this?
I have no idea but the most logical explanation would be that Atlassion has set it as new standard that images are displayed as block instead of inline?
If you like to play around with that include a CSS stylesheet on your page with
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Hey @Nathan Hans have you tried recreating a page in the same space and seeing if the problem persists? I noticed you said you created a separate site and you didn't have the issue.
I have created hundreds of Confluence pages over the years, and sometimes (though rarely) some strange issue comes up that I can't resolve. I recreate the page and the issue is not there.
If you have not tried that - or if others reading this have any problematic issue that they can't resolve on a page - just try recreating the page and see if the issue is resolved. If it is, delete the problematic page and move on.
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