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To add an image to a page, click to insert a new element. Click on Image Elements and select the image element you wish to use. We’ll use the Single Image element.
Your page will reload and look like this:
If you want to have an image header above the picture, click where it says “Click here to define the image header.” You will see this:
Type in a header and click on Finish, your page will reload. Click on the image box to select a photo. You will see this:
The Image Gallery
Click on Gallery and you will see this:
You can filter your choices by selecting a subsite, category, owner, etc. You can see more or fewer photos per page in the results and group them different ways.
Click on Show Images. You will see something like this:
Find the image you wish to use and click on it. You will see this:
You can select a different photo by clicking on Gallery again. Click on Finish to add the image to your page.
To add an image to your page that is not in the image gallery, click on New. You will see this:
Click on Browse and navigate to where the photo is located. Select the photo you’d like to upload and click on Open.
There is a checkbox to include the image in the Public Image Gallery. If you have an image that others will need to use, include it in the public gallery, check this box and change the Category to the appropriate one. An image security button will appear under Include in Public Gallery and from there, you can control who has access to that image.
Click on next and you will see this:
Click on Finish to add the image to your page. Your page will reload and the image will be displayed.
The yellow circle with the plus sign or the arrow indicates that this is new or changed content. If you are using the approval process, this circle may be green, light blue or orange, depending on your role in that process. You will need to submit your change for publication or approval by clicking on the colored circle and selecting the appropriate action.