When adding images to editable areas in the page please add them 'above' the text that refers to them. Whether is a caption or a Heading Two.
Below are examples of this done correctly and incorrectly.
The correct use of Heading Two is Below the image
Using a heading two below the image means that the right feature remains in-line with the image. By maintaining this consistency and equal spacing, the page is presented to the user much more clearly than otherwise.
The incorrect use of Heading Two is Above the image
Using a heading two above the image means that the right feature does not remain in-line with the image. By disrupting this consistency and equal spacing, the page is less unified.
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