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I believe you are talking about in email. What happens if you simply drang and drop your image on top of the text?
You can fine tune the wrapping and placement by changing the Appearance section on the insert image dialog.
You'll need to use custom code for that.
For the image to be on the left, you'll need something along the lines of <img src="marketo.jpg" align="left">
Adding to what Rajesh above, you can also adjust the space between the image and text above and below and side by selecting the image appearance tab and adding a numerical value to horizontal and vertical space. Sometimes I add 5.
I am having the same issue. I understand I can add it to the HTML within a text box, but it seems like adding an align left/right and an hspace or vspace shouldn't be as difficult as I am finding it. I am in the Landing Page Designer and I don't see any image appearance tab.
Actually, it's easier to do this with CSS. Use something like this:
Float image left:
<img src="marketo.jpg" style="float:left">
Float image right:
<img src="marketo.jpg" style="float:right">
Add padding to image:
<img src="marketo.jpg" style="float:left;padding:3px">
In the CSS property inspector, add a value of float and specify if you want it right/left.
That's really not easier. It is more difficult. I thought one of the big advantages of this system is that you don't need to deal with code. I can't "drag and drop" an image and not add an hspace or get the text to wrap?
What I wound up doing is making a rich text box and putting everything in there. Still not optimal, but it appears that is the best I can do.
Percy C's recommendation is quite easy. The code examples he gave all work perfectly. As a new Marketo user, I was able to easily get text wrapping and padding to the image.
I'm having the same problem. I tried floating the image to the left and then placing the text, but it doesn't seem to be working.