So that's it in a nutshell. I hope this training has been of benefit to you. There are a couple of other adjustments that you can make to have a little more spacing around the iframe. This requires that you change the values assigned to the width and height attributes. You can see the default values in the image on page 1. But you can play around with those to get the spacing to your liking.

I have tested these changes on a few different themes as well as on the latest version of wordpress, so hopefully they will work for you.

Do you have any further tips to share on this subject? Please leave your comments in the box below.

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Thanks for reading!

Shawn



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Ivine Premium
Hi, thanks for the tip. Irv.
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Compsol99 Premium
My pleasure Irv, I hope you find it useful!
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Westwaters Premium
Thanks for this valuable information. Figured there had to be a way to realign, but just worked with what was presented. Very helpful:-}
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Compsol99 Premium
My pleasure Kathy, I hope you find it useful.
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Brandy-W Premium
Thank you so much! I've been wondering about this for awhile.
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Compsol99 Premium
My pleasure Brandy, I hope it works for you.
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jvranjes Premium
It works but align="right" is automatically moved on the back, which is not important obviously.

Problem is the text remains too close to the box.
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Compsol99 Premium
That's why if you change the size of the width and height attributes, you'll be able to space the text a little further away. If you change the width to 135 instead of 120 and the height to 255 instead of 240, that should help space things out a bit more for you.
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jvranjes Premium
Yes it helps, thank you.
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NRosales Premium
Nice, thanks Shawn for sharing!
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Compsol99 Premium
My pleasure Nerses, I hope you find it useful.
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NRosales Premium
Yes it is, it's always good when people are sharing good findings.
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