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Placing the Image On The Page
First, let's worry about placing the image somewhere on the page. If you place an image tag on a page randomly, the image will usually show up on the left side of the page. If you want to have an image placed in the center of the page, you use the CSS, 'text-align: center;' as described in Primer #3. But how do we get the image to show up on the right side of the page? Well, how did we get text to the right? By adding the 'text-align: right;' CSS code, right? Could it be that we do the same thing here? Why yes, it could.
Here's the format:
(div style="text-align: center;")(IMG "image.gif" ALT="image")(/div)
I believe you want to do this:
ETA: Oops, hit reply instead of preview. Anyway, the tag for centering is [ atsimg] [/ atsimg]. Left and right justification is [ imgl] [/ img] and [ imgr] [/ img], respectively. You can quote this post to see the coding, and you have to use the full url.
edit on 9/21/13 by Druid42 because: added ETA.
SOME CENTERED TEXT ABOVE
SOME CENTERED TEXT BELOW