I'm a new instructional designer at Lasell College. We're exploring simple* methods for aligning figures and text on a Page without resorting to tables. When using left or right justified images (e.g. style="float: right;") in Page design, is there a way to force the next block of text to start below the image? The method I used to use in HTML is deprecated (https://www.sitepoint.com/clear-html-attribute/) and we’re not going to use CSS. Maybe <div>?
* I'm comfortable with ul, br, align, float, border, padding, width, etc. I can probably figure out div. Whatever we do has to be do-able by the HTML and/or Rich Text editors.
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HTML clear being deprecated shouldn't stop you from using CSS clear. HTML clear was deprecated because clear is better in CSS. You're already using CSS in style="float: right;" for your image, why not use style in the text?
...and the style attribute and clear work in the RCE.
<img alt="" src="https://via.placeholder.com/350x150" style="float: right;" />
<p style="clear: right; text-align: left;">
...and the style attribute and clear work in the RCE.</p>