How do I make an article with an image on the right side of the page? Whenever I have tried to do this, usually I add the image details as the first thing in the article. For example, my wiki is a trails guide so for the entry on Upper Big Quilcene Trail, the trail picture would be the first thing like this.
[IMAGE]upperbigquilcene.jpg|400px|right|Marmot Pass on the Upper Big Quilcene Trail[/IMAGE
Then I add trail stats which should be on the left side.
Mileage - 5.3
Elevation Start - 2500'
Elevation End - 6000'
Elevation High Point - 6000'
Map - Buckhorn Wilderness Custom Correct Map
Best Seasons - Spring, Summer, Fall
Difficulty - Difficult
So basically I have the stats on the left side and the picture on the right and it looks great. The problem I have is when Google crawls my page and you do a search for the trail on Google, the results will say something like.
Upper Big Quilcene Trail - Peninsula Wilderness Club
[IMAGE]upperbigquilcene.jpg|400px|right|Marmot Pass on the Upper Big Quilcene Trail[/IMAGE - Mileage - 5.3
Upper Big Quilcene Trail - Peninsula Wilderness Club Mileage - 5.3 Elevation Start - 2500' Elevation End - 6000' Elevation High Point - 6000' Map - Buckhorn Wilderness Custom Correct Map
How do I get my image on the right of the screen without Google seeing the image tags? Am I going about this wrong?
Right now I have all my images down lower on the page so this doesn't happen but I feel like I am compromising by doing this. I would really like my image to be seen without scrolling down the page and feel confident that google won't include the image tag in it's results field.
I hope this makes sense.