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The right alignment results from the margin-left:16.5528% in the span surrounding the image. I am not sure if you can change that in Apple Pages. I would experiment with Position (at the bottom of your screen) essentially there should be no position in cm associated to something centered, as you cannot know (in an ePub) the width of the page up-front.

If you cannot switch that off, you can resort to cleaning the epub with a script, this seems easy enough to find (e.g. using CSS locater span > img and changing the style on the parent of that img)

The right alignment results from the margin-left:16.5528% in the span surrounding the image. I am not sure if you can change that in Apple Pages. I would experiment with Position (at the bottom of your screen) essentially there should be no position in cm associated to something centered, as you cannot know (in an ePub) the width of the page up-front.

If you cannot switch that off, you can resort to cleaning the epub with a script, this seems easy enough to find (e.g. using CSS locater span > img)

The right alignment results from the margin-left:16.5528% in the span surrounding the image. I am not sure if you can change that in Apple Pages. I would experiment with Position (at the bottom of your screen) essentially there should be no position in cm associated to something centered, as you cannot know (in an ePub) the width of the page up-front.

If you cannot switch that off, you can resort to cleaning the epub with a script, this seems easy enough to find (e.g. using CSS locater span > img and changing the style on the parent of that img)

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The right alignment results from the margin-left:16.5528% in the span surrounding the image. I am not sure if you can change that in Apple Pages. I would experiment with Position (at the bottom of your screen) essentially there should be no position in cm associated to something centered, as you cannot know (in an ePub) the width of the page up-front.

If you cannot switch that off, you can resort to cleaning the epub with a script, this seems easy enough to find (e.g. using CSS locater span > img)