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==== Edit image properties afterwards ====
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You can customize how the image looks once you upload it.
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# Clicking on the image once in your page or post then click the edit image icon. This will bring up the dialog box you saw when you first uploaded the image (figure 3).
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# From here you can realign, resize and add a caption.
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Getting the proper image settings and details is an important part of working with graphics in your website. Even after an image has been added to a page, it can have its properties changed.
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[[File:Wp-edit-image.png|thumb|right|200px|Edit Image Toolbar]]
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==== Edit image details ====
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You can customize image details even after it's been embedded in a page.
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# From the page post edit screen, select the image.
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# An edit image toolbar appears where you can adjust image alignment
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# Edit further by clicking the pencil icon.  This will bring up the dialog box you saw when you first uploaded the image. 
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# From here you can
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* Realign
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* Resize
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* add Alternative text - Important for accessibility
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* and add a caption
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# Click '''Update''' to apply
  
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[[File:Wp-update-image.png|600px|Edit image details]]
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Latest revision as of 17:43, 21 October 2017

Getting the proper image settings and details is an important part of working with graphics in your website. Even after an image has been added to a page, it can have its properties changed.

Edit Image Toolbar

Edit image details

You can customize image details even after it's been embedded in a page.

  1. From the page post edit screen, select the image.
  2. An edit image toolbar appears where you can adjust image alignment
  3. Edit further by clicking the pencil icon. This will bring up the dialog box you saw when you first uploaded the image.
  4. From here you can
  • Realign
  • Resize
  • add Alternative text - Important for accessibility
  • and add a caption
  1. Click Update to apply


Edit image details