Resize your image before you upload it so that people on slow data plans don't have to download any larger of an image than necessary. Also, choose a good name for your image (all lower case, use hyphens instead of spaces, avoid punctuation, short but descriptive).
Insert a picture on a page, or in a regular block:
- Click the “Edit” tab
- Place your cursor in the section of text where you want to insert the picture.
- On the toolbar, select the “Image” icon:
- On the pop-up window, click the “Browse Server” button.
- In the next pop-up window, click, “Upload.”
- Click the “Choose File” button. Find the image you want to upload and double click on it.
- Click the “Upload” button.
- Your new picture will now show up highlighted in the list of images on the server. Next, double click on this new image file name.
- In the next pop-up window, write a description of the picture in the “Alternative Text” field.
- Using Alt Text is very important for people who are visually impaired, and is required accessibility standards. It also helps search engines "read" what images are on each page.
- Delete anything in the "Width" and "Height" fields. This allows the images to be responsive (mobile friendly)
- Finally, click “OK.” The image will then be inserted on the page.
Insert a picture in a super block:
- Hover over the upper right corner of the block with your cursor until a little cog symbol appears. Click on the cog and select, “Edit.”
- Under "Primary Image," click “Choose File.”
- Find the image you want to upload and double click on it.
- Click the "Upload" button.
- Next, Write a description of the picture in the “Alternative Text” field.
Wrap text around the image and position it on the left or the right of the page:
- Click on the image to highlight it.
- Go to the "Styles" dropdown menu. Here, you have several options to position the image. You can float it left or right at its original size, or choose to reduce it by 70, 50, or 30 percent.