This first part is an example of using the imgleft and imgright tags to cause the surrounding text to wrap around the images, which are aligned to the left or the right, respectively. This type of look is commonly seen on professional news websites, etc. and can be a nice way to weave pictures into your text in an integrated fashion. The half-moon image was done with imgleft and the full-moon image was done with imgright. If you change the width of your browser you will see the words shift around, while the images remain fixed to the left and right edges. For this example, so far, there are no line breaks as this helps to emphasize the wrapped-text effect.
Next we provide some simple examples of the left, center and right tags:
This set of text is left-aligned.
Yes, still aligned to the left here.
Okay finishing left.
This is center aligned,
the center tag can be handy for centering images or titles. Okay
this is enough for center.
And finally, right-aligned using the right bbCode tag.
I think this gives
an idea of what can be done.