Edit an image on a page

Modified on Fri, 13 Jan 2023 at 04:53 PM

Edit an image on a page (written instructions)

Ensure that you are logged into your website. The black admin toolbar should be visible at the top of the screen.

The Home page of a GPsurgery.net website, with the admin toolbar visible at the top of the screen.

Go to the page on which your image is published. In the admin toolbar, click Edit Page.

The admin toolbar, with Edit Page selected.

To change the alignment of the image, you can choose one of the four alignment buttons that appear above the image when it is selected.

The alignment buttons that appear above an image when it is selected.

To change the size of the image, the website to which it is linked, and the alternative text, click the pencil icon that appears when the image is selected. This will open the Image details screen.

The pencil icon, above the test image.

On the Image details screen, type in the Alternative Text box to edit your alternative text. Note: alternative text should describe the purpose of the image, not what it looks like. In this example, the image is for a test, so the alt text is 'Test image'.

The Alternative Text box, with 'Test image' typed.

To edit the size of your image, choose a size from the Size drop-down menu in the Display Settings section.

The Display Setting section of the Image details screen.

From the Link To drop-down menu, you can add a link to the image. If you wish to do this, select Custom URL from the drop-down menu.

The Link To drop-down menu, with Custom URL selected.

In the URL box below, paste in the link that you would like to add to the image.

The URL box

Once you have made your changes to the settings on the image, click the blue Update button on the Image details screen. You must do this to save your new settings.

The Update button on the Image details screen.

To finish, you must click the Update button in the Publish box, otherwise your changes will not save.

The Update button in the Publish box.

Your edits to the image will now be published on the page.

A page with the newly edited image.

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