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More Information About the Featured Image

• When you insert a Featured Image into a page, please note that WordPress will attempt to resize the image. However, there may be times when the displayed image will not meet your needs. If you come across this situation, please contact the Web Team for assistance.

• The Featured Image will not completely stretch across the page horizontally. Given this, you may wish to redesign your images with the new WordPress system in mind. If you need any assistance with the best dimensions and formatting for your images, please contact the Web Team.

 

Can I Put Images in my Page?

You can put images in two different places on a page. Images can be embedded in the page content (using the Media Library in the Page editor) or an image can be used as the Featured Image, which will display in the top right corner of the page  [NOTE: the featured image is primarily used in the Content Page template].

Further Reading…

SEE-> How Do I Insert an Image in a Page?
SEE-> How Do I Use the Media Library?
SEE-> How Do I Add a Featured Image?

How Do I Insert an Image in a Page?

When in the Page editor, you can add/remove images, using the Upload/Insert icon [it looks like this: ]. When you click on this icon, the Media screen will open over your editor screen giving you the opportunity to load media from one of three places: the Upload screen, a specific URL, or from the Library (which consists of media already uploaded).

When you add form the Upload screen, you will have the chance to modify all of the contextual data about the image and choose how the text should align around the image, in addition to the size of the image you want inserted.

When you add from a specific URL, you will need to identify where the image is coming from in addition to all of the contextual data and how text aligns around the image, in addition to the size of the image you want inserted.

When you add from the Library, you will be given a list of media in column form; you will need to click the Show link next to the desired image. At this point, you will have the opportunity to edit the contextual data, choose how the text aligns, and the size of the image you want inserted.

Once the image is inserted, you will see the image in the content editor!

Click here for the official WordPress documentation.