Over the last couple of weeks, several who follow this blog have reported problems with the scaling of images embedded in the emails they receive of the articles here. This article tests a potential workaround, and should appear as normal in the browser.
The image above is centre-aligned, and may be a problem to see in the email version.
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The image above has no alignment, nor does its caption. Does that make any difference?
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The third image, above, is fully left-aligned with a left-aligned caption. Does that solve the problem with images in automatic emails of this article?
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I’m delighted to say that Automattic’s WordPress support team is on the case, and the above is a test workaround to help us all understand how this problem is being generated. Thanks to Max for his work on this.