How Can I Add A Caption to A Picture?

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I am working on a gaming site ( www.gamingflame.com ) and I'm trying to add images along with the games name under each category, how can I accomplish this? I already figured out one way but it has a huge ugly gap between the picture and game name. Is there a way to get rid of this or is there another way I can accomplish my goal?
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Gop

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Hi James,

The way I work with this is to add the picture into a text widget. Then highlight the accompanying text to be under the image. You can adjust the padding anywhere around the image and reduce this to your preference.
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Can you show me an example? I don't quite understand.
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Gop

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OK. Give me a minute or two. Will be back to you.
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jamesisdusk

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Ok thanks! :-)
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OK James,

I have created a page http://davidsorchids.yolasite.com/tri...

The first image is created with a 50 px margin around the image and the lower one is created with a 1 px margin.

I pulled a text widget onto the page.
I then clicked the image icon in the toolbar of the widget and found an image to place into the holder.
next I clicked on the icon with the text indicating it to be under the image.
Hit a carriage return to bring the cursor under the image and typed the heading.
Then I clicked the HTML icon within this widget and adjusted the margin to either 50 px or 1 px for this example.
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Hi James,

Please let us know how Gop's steps work for you!