In which Wildbook did the issue occur? Kitizen Science.
What operating system were you using? MacOS 10.14.6.
What web browser were you using? Tried in Chrome 87.0.4280.88 (Official Build) (x86_64) and Safari Version 13.0.1 (14608.2.11.1.11).
What is your role on the site? Admin/researcher.
What happened? A third party WYSIWYG text editor (based on Quil, modified by another programmer) Jon had inserted into my Wildbook pages for controlling text/images has developed a problem with image alignments some time in the last few months. If I’m trying to edit the alignment of images in Quil on the “show text” (WYSIWYG) option, assigning a left alignment to one image incorrectly assigns a left alignment to all images on the page. On most of the pages on my website, I can then just fix this by instead going into the “show HTML” option and addressing it that way. However, one of my pages is really long (https://www.kitizenscience.org/spayneuter.jsp), and trying to open the “show html” option crashes Chrome or Safari. So this problem is occurring on other pages (meaning it’s something overall with this Quil code, not just on one page), but it’s is fixable with making those edits in the HTML option on other pages.
What did you expect to happen? I should be able to select image alignment for any image I insert into a page, with each image on a page having its own alignment. (So, I should be able to have a page with two images, one of which is right aligned and one left aligned.) I’ve wondered if something accidentally got changed in my backend that changed how this works because I’m having other customizations done by Wildbook at the moment.
What are some steps we could take to reproduce the issue? I’d prefer this is not reproduced on my live website, but assuming there’s a sandboxed version of everything on the dev server, try uploading images and setting their alignments or editing the alignments of images already in a page.