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Inserting and Editing Images

Images are an important ingredient of a good web design. They make your website visually appealing and help present information in a way that keeps visitors interested and willing to stay longer on your site. For example, if you have a logo for your business, you can add it to every page of your website. If you promote your products online, it is a good idea to incorporate product photos along with descriptions. Adding images to your website is easy with our Website Builder Tool.

Begin by opening a page in the Website Builder Tool where you would like your image to appear. Some pages come with pre-built content blocks for images. To replace the placeholder image with your own graphic, click the default image icon.

To add an image to a different location on the page, click the Images icon under the Content tab at the top of the screen and drag and drop the Image icon to the desired location.

When inserting an image, you can choose from our extensive library of free images or from files that you have uploaded to the Website Builder Tool. You can browse through available images using page numbers or the Next and Previous links at the bottom of the popup window. You can also search for an image by typing a keyword in the Search box at the top of the popup.

In addition, you can upload an image from your computer. Make sure that the file size does not exceed 10MB and the image is one of the formats accepted in the Website Builder Tool - gif, jpg, jpeg or png.

Click the Insert button at the bottom of the popup window to add your image to the page.

To customize the appearance of your image, click the Edit button in the editing bar at the top of the image area. If you do not see the Edit button, make sure that the Show Editing Bars option is selected under the Content tab in the top panel.

For simple changes to your image, use the inline editor that appears when you click the Edit button. From here, you will be able to:

·       Replace the image with a different graphic.

·       Align the image on the page to the left, right or center.

·       Rotate the image clockwise and counterclockwise.

·       Crop the image by dragging the cropping guides that appear on top of your image. Make sure to click Apply in the editor popup for your changes to take effect.

·       Reduce the image size using a quick selection list.

If for some reason, you are not happy with the changes, click the Undo All button to restore the original image. Make sure to click Save to apply your changes permanently. To close the inline editor, simply click anywhere on the page outside the image area.

For more editing options, click Advanced Edit in the inline editor or double click the image. Use these additional options to:

·       Adjust the image brightness and contrast.

·       Flip the image vertically or horizontally.

·       Undo (or redo) changes to the image one at a time.

·       Add a caption and an alt tag to your image. Caption is a brief description that will appear immediately below your image on the published site. Alt attribute is used as an alternative text if the image fails to load in the browser.

·       Link your image to another page on your site, another website, an email address or a file that you have uploaded to the Website Builder Tool.

To apply your changes to the current image, click the Save button at the bottom of the advanced editor popup. Use the “Save as” button to save the image with a different file name that you can reuse in other places on your website.

To close the advanced editor and return to the page that you were working on, click the Close button. Use the Cancel button to close the popup without saving your changes.

You can preview what your image would look like on the published site by clicking the Preview button in the top panel. Once satisfied with your edits, make sure to publish your site for the new image to appear live on your website.