How To Add A Picture To A Page From Your Computer

How To Add A Background Image 

To make Big Images, Smaller, for faster page loading you can use an

Helpful Links

1. Find Pictures How To Download A Picture From Google Images

2. Add A Picture How To Add A Picture To Your Page

3. SEO Your Pictures How To Add Alternative Text To Make Your Pictures Easier To Find By Search Engines

4. Create Photo Albums How To Create Photo Albums To Show A Slide Show Of Pictures

5. Attach Photo Albums How To Attach A Photo Album To Your Page

6. Photo Library How To Upload Pictures To The Picture Library / How To Insert Pictures From The Picture Library

7. Stock Photos Websites To Find Free & Stock Pictures

8. Snag It How To Capture Screen Shots & Add Text To Your Pictures Through Snag It

 9. Animated Pictures To see where you can find animated pictures to put on your website, click here.

Where To Find Free Stock Photos & Icons

Google Images


Stock Exchange

Turbo Photo - Free icons to use on your website.


Enter In Your Picture Settings

1. Enter in your 'Alternative Text' for the Picture, this text should describe what's in your Picture. Click here to see how to do this effectively.

2. To have text wrap around your Picture you need to select whether the picture should appear on the left or right of the text. Select Left or Right from the 'Alignment:' dropdown menu.

3. To add a border, add the size here, anything over '2' usually looks unprofessional.

4. Insert '10' into the Horizontal and Vertical spacing; this provides a gap between your Picture and your Text so they aren't directly touching.
5. Click the 'Insert' button.
Note: You can change these settings at any time by simply right-clicking on your Picture while in your Content Editor and clicking 'Properties'.

Wrapping Text Around Image & Boarder

Text Wrapping
1. Double right click with your mouse on the image. An IMG box should pop up.  
2. Click the down arrow from the Alignment box. 
Select which side you want the text to wrap around, then click the OK button.


How to set the boarder so your text is not touching the image.

3. Click on Style Builder.

4. Click on the Boarder tab.

5. Click the down arrow from the Boarders box.
Select which side you want the text, not be touching the side of the picture (10 px is recommended) then click the OK button.

text wrap and boarder 

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