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Remove padding and center image in markdown block



I am trying to include an embedded affiliate image to my client's website as her work was featured on a blog. Using Brine template. I have tried implementing the code via Markdown and a Code block. I am having an issue reducing the padding around the image itself as seen in the screenshot below. I can't seem to get it centered in the markdown block.

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I am wanting the embedded image and the image block next to it to be the same size and sit nicely next to each other. Best way to do this? I am still learning code and have nearly pulled my hair out trying this!! Also want this adjusted for mobile view.

Website: http://www.elizabethmckenzieflorals.com
Password: flowers
Specific Page: Services Index, "Features" page

Any help is appreciated!!!!!!


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@tuanphan so sorry! I've removed the cover page and included links below:

Services Index: http://www.elizabethmckenzieflorals.com/services
Features Specific Page: http://www.elizabethmckenzieflorals.com/features

I also have the same images currently in the boxed in footer I created to see if I prefer that look more (see below), but am also running into padding issues between the two image blocks. If you have any advice on that, that would be great! I might go in that direction instead. BUT would like to know how to fix this markdown padding issue moving forward as my original question. Appreciate your help!!!

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.Footer .intrinsic .image-block-wrapper {
   overflow: visible !important;
div#yui_3_17_2_1_1562248674733_111 img {left: 100% !important;}
div#block-yui_3_17_2_1_1562238117642_31041 {
   margin-left: 10%;

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