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I have Requirement in which I need to show the Title, Description and Image is on left page?

For achieving this which web part I need to use in office 365 modern page?

If I can able to achieve this using OOTB, will I be able to add CSS style in it? If yes, Please let me know.

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  • What exactly you want? Do you want to add text/image on SharePoint modern pages? Can you add any screenshot/image of how you want it? Sep 29 '21 at 9:56
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You can use Text web part to add text/headings/paragraphs to your modern page.

Formatting options like styles, bullets, indentations, highlighting, and links are available. You can also paste images inline with text & add tables using this web part.

Documentation: Text web part


You cannot add custom CSS styles using any OOTB web part.


Update from comments:

Microsoft is adding the ability to paste inline images into the Text web part so that images can be closer to text and so that text can wrap around images.

Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 85584

This feature is currently rolling out to Targeted release tenants & soon will be available for all tenants (standard release/GA)

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  • Thank you for your reply. I have tried the same scenario but I am not able to add image in the same we part of Text webpart.For image I need to select another we part which is image we part. All I need to show like below : Image Title -First Line . Second line is Description with Image . Will i able to achieve using Textwebpart?
    – user42024
    Sep 29 '21 at 12:57
  • Yes, soon you will be able to do it. Set up targeted release for yourself or wait for standard release/GA of new feature. check updated answer. Sep 29 '21 at 13:24
  • Thank you Ganesh! I hope it will be released this September 2021 right?Set up targeted release for yourself-This point i didn't get you . How to do that? Thank you so much!
    – user42024
    Sep 30 '21 at 5:22
  • Currently it is rolling out for targeted release tenants & for standard release tenants rollout will starts in early October. You can follow this documentation to setup targeted release. Sep 30 '21 at 6:09
  • Thank you so much Ganesh!
    – user42024
    Sep 30 '21 at 6:21

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