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Posted on by Heather James.

This article just talked about what Drupal does out of the box with images. A simple way to manage captions for an image field would be to add a field. then you could display them together. And that would work with the core set of modules.

However, if you have multiple images and multiple captions within an article, then you will want to turn to a contributed module.

A lightweight solution is this jQuery module - jCaption - which turns the "alt" or "title" attribute into a caption.
http://drupal.org/project/jc aption

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