Issues with images inserted in a post and featured image

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    I am having couple issues with images in a post.

    1) There’s extra padding/margin to the left of the image. See On the home page, this extra space occurs also with the featured image for this post. See under Featured News, the “Criss Cross Applesauce.”

    2) Also, when I use featured image for a post, sometimes it repeats in the post itself. This occurs when all posts in a category is displayed. See

    Please advise how I can fix these issues.

    The blog I need help with is



    I also want to add that it is only when the image is aligned to the right that the extra margin/padding appears, as described in 1) in my earlier note. When it is aligned the left, the margin/padding is normal.


    Theme Author

    Sorry for the delays – yes, there is a lot of extra padding in the .alignright class.

    Do you happen to have the css design upgrade? If so, fix it like this:

    img.alignright {
    margin: 0 0 10px 15px;


    Hi sillandrea,

    Thank you. The CSS fix worked for the article in the post, but not the featured image on the home page. Do I need a separate fix? I understand that I am using the Genenis Featured Post widget which sets the alignment either left or right for all featured images. I am not sure why that particular image is out of alignment – do you?

    I noticed that there is still no answer to my 2) question. Does this mean that this issue is not specific to the Magazine theme? If so, I’ll ask in the General forums.

    Thanks, again. This is a nice theme with great flexibility.


    Theme Author

    Oh sorry I missed the bit on the front page.

    I’m looking at it now and honestly the only thing I can think of is the long word in the title throwing off the alignment. Since the same css is used for each post there, that’s all I could find.


    Thanks, sillandrea. I replaced it with a different set of words and that worked better.

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