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RE: Markdown Tutorial + Steemit Blogging Tips

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A Steemit specific - you can use the <div class="pull-right></div> and <div class="pull-left></div> to push photos to one side of the screen or another.

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Nice, so what if you want to reduce a photo size in a post?

I didn't know this one off the top of my head. If you use steemitimages to host the image, you can add a https://steemitimages.com/{height}x{width} to the start of the url.
To make this sequence of images:

<div>
https://steemitimages.com/0x0/https://steemitimages.com/DQmZBhZLPhqKiHZmLW2tFupUXCtM9dPP4mh85DtLGSwxrrm/171005_Masterpost_Icons-01.png
https://steemitimages.com/100x100/https://steemitimages.com/DQmZBhZLPhqKiHZmLW2tFupUXCtM9dPP4mh85DtLGSwxrrm/171005_Masterpost_Icons-01.png
https://steemitimages.com/50x50/https://steemitimages.com/DQmZBhZLPhqKiHZmLW2tFupUXCtM9dPP4mh85DtLGSwxrrm/171005_Masterpost_Icons-01.png
</div>

the best contribution with which I could come across. Many thanks!!

tsss markdown sorcery!

Whoa! That's a great trick!

This is great - I've always wondered how to do this and now I know! Thank you

Nice!! Excellent example of justifying images within text. Thanks for sharing this @maxg :D

Nice, so what if you want to reduce a photo size in a post?

Thank you for posting this instruction! I have been looking for it!

This is really useful, thanks for sharing

Good HTML note bud!