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How to target and display image caption on a different block?

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Have you tried using Card Image Blocks?

They display images with text to the left or right, with optional background colours. The text usually moves below the images in smaller browsers and mobile devices, or when Image Blocks are used in columns.

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It's a little difficult to understand the issue you are facing, when you haven't provided a link to a page with the issue.

You can add anything to 'block 2' in your diagram, including a duplicate of the caption.

Please try to be more specific, and ensure you include a working link to the page on your site and the steps you’ve taken so far. If your site isn't live yet, please set a site password and tell us what it is.

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I found this because I was wondering the same thing.

I've used code on non-SquareSpace sights that allow me to create a separate div which will automatically display an image caption. And I think in WP it's called "get_attachment_caption" or something to that effect.

To be able to use a text block for image captions and place it anywhere on the page would be... the coolest.

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