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Are you adding the image using HTML in the Box editor or using the image upload ?


Can you take a screenshot of your the box settings for one of the boxes that is only an image please.

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Hi Danny,


here you go! The html is in the editor & it was uploaded via wp. 











Apologies for the other duplicate post - I searched the site & looked in my profile to see if I could find my posts....but I could not find this one. I assumed I hadn't posted it correctly.

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There is no need to add an image via HTML, use the box image upload option instead and see if this resolves your issue.

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