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  • Places a caption beneath your image
  • Allows you to align your image to the left, right or center of a page or post.
  • In the case of left or right alignment, text wraps neatly around your image.
  • Has a variety of different border/frames, colors and font sizes
  • You do not need knowledge of HTML or CSS to use the plugin
  • Now works with mobile responsive themes

How to Use The Plugin

The captioned image is inserted into a post or a widget using the captionpix short code.

For example: [captionpix imgsrc=”” captiontext=”This is a caption”]


Here are some of the useful CaptionPix WordPress Plugin links

  • CaptionPix Plugin Home Page
  • How To Use CaptionPix
  • CaptionPix Features
  • CaptionPix Gallery
  • CaptionPix FAQ
  • CaptionPix Tutorials
  • CaptionPix Help and Support


  • Left aligned caption with Elegant Theme
  • Right aligned caption with Chunky Theme
  • Left aligned caption with Victorian Theme


  1. Use the standard WordPress plugin automatic updates system for updating to the latest version on use the manual steps below.
  2. Uncompress the downloaded zip archive in [WordPress install root]/wp-content/plugins
  3. Activate the plugin in your WordPress plugins control panel
  4. To use the plugin in a post, page or text widget use the shortcode [captionpix imgsrc=”my image url” captiontext=”my caption”]


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Contributors & Developers

“CaptionPix” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.


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Updated for WordPress 5.4,


Updated for WordPress 4.3, updated admin for better mobile responsiveness, uses admin notices for messages

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