That code succeeded. Many thanks for your help.
It looked correct in the editor, however, I re-entered the code, and now it works as to the image added via the “add media” button. The featured image, however, still renders at full container width. How can we make the featured image render at native size?
Thank you for those edits. I’ve applied them, but there is no change to the behavior. Please see here: http://www.siliconedgelaw.com/team/ttest2/
One additional point. As noted in my original post, an image inserted into the body of the team page (not the featured image) should be controlled by settings in the image edit menu (the one that specifies left-center-right justification, and importantly, image size). Instead, those settings are ignored, and the image expands to fill the container in exactly the same way as the featured image. This seems like a bug. Thanks again.
Please see http://www.siliconedgelaw.com/team/ttest/
Thanks. The image in our page behaves as in your link, and it appears the them is behaving properly. But, the issue is this: we don’t want the image to fill the container — we want it to remain at its original size because we’re using headshots, which should be small. Is there a way to prevent an image, here, a small headshot sized at 225×150, from expanding to fit the container? Surely there is a spot in style.css or perhaps one of the team phps that could be modified to change the default behavior for team pages. Many thanks for your kind assistance.