I’d like to show you how easy it is to add a little padding around an image. This is a great tool to have if your images don’t exactly sit well on your page or post even after you have resized them. This method requires you to do a tiny bit of coding but it is a simple copy and paste and very easy to do.

Many newer themes now have the option to add padding to an image. This will depend on your theme. But if for some reason, your theme does not have an option to add padding to an image, you can use this method to make the image sit better on your page or post.

In order to get the most out of this tutorial, you should read through all the instructions first so that you are familiar with what you will see on the video. Then check out the video here

So let’s get started.

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JGuhlke Premium
Fantastic! It worked! Now I got some work to do on my posts, but I wanted to let you know this worked for me after I tweaked it a slight bit. It was good to mention the curly quotes, most people wouldn't pick up on that. There happens to be two different ascii character codes for the straight and curly quote marks.
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emerald860 Premium
So glad it worked for you, Jay! Alanna
Fleeky Premium Plus
Thank you! Great information, for all to use
emerald860 Premium
Hi Fleeky! Thanks for checking it out! Alanna