- Click in the document where you wish to insert an image. Then click on
- This will open an Image Library Window
- This window allows you to select from images in you folder or other folders in the CMS
- Click in the library select images. You will see images that are in your folder. You may select images or scroll to another folder and select an image from there. Double click to insert.Clicking on the icon on right will insert a thumbnail image.
- There is a Ship/images folder which includes groups of images.
Inserting New Images
- To insert new images into the library – in document select library, then select Add Library item Add Image. An Add File screen appears. Upload the image from your source. Make sure you have resized and edited the image before you add it to the library ( See Photo Editing below).
- folder stores images that can be inserted into editor content.
- Note: Edit and resize your images in an image editor, such as Photoshop or Paint. Do not import images larger than 72dpi or 550 pixels.
Style the Image
- After you have inserted the image, Set image properties by clicking on the image, then choosing the Inspector. It is located in the Review tab
This is where you can apply the various styles supplied by the Web Services team to your content. The available styles will be impacted by the specific type of content you’re editing (Text, link, images, buttons).
- The inspector offers a basic and an advanced editor. Properties include alignment, borders, spacing, alternative text, and size.
- Click on the content again select File from menu tab. Select appropriate Save Option.
- Click on the image you wish to change
- Open the Inspector, Select the image tab if not highlighted or double click on image.
- Browse for File
- Type in title, Select image
You should never import large images (800+ pixels wide and/or a higher resolution than 72 dpi) into the CMS. You should use Photoshop, Photoshop Elements or other software to alter the images before importing. You can do some editing online at
http://www.photoshop.com/or download freeware GIMP at
Adding Links To Images
You are able to create links on your created images by following the same process found on the Creating Links Page. Follow the instructions found on the page, but instead of selecting text be sure to select your image.