This article explains how to embed an image into a content page in Pangea CMS. The steps apply for images that were already uploaded to Pangea CMS.
You can embed an image on any text-based content page in Pangea CMS. This includes articles, feature stories, and other content types available via New > Content in the top menu.
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Follow these steps:
- Position the cursor where you want to embed the image.
- Click the Insert Embed Content icon.
- Ensure Single item and Image are selected.
- Select your preferred option:
- Internal: Search for images that were uploaded by other Pangea CMS users.
- External: Search for images from external agencies - Reuters or AP (Associated Press).
- Use the additional paramaters in the left panel to narrow the search results, then click Search.
- Click + Attach (the plus icon) next to the image you want to embed.
- Configure the settings below:
- (A): Crop: Click the Crop icon to crop the image.
- (B): Graphic content warning: Tick this box for images that are potentially upsetting or offensive. Visitors will see a warning before viewing the image and must manually select Click to reveal.
- (C): Link: Specify what happens when a visitor clicks on the image.
- (D): Caption: Edit the text that is displayed below the image on the public website. Remove the caption if you don't want to display text below the image.
- (E): Graphic description: Review the internal description for the image. This text is not visible on the public website, but may be useful for editing the Caption.
- (F): Size: Specify the size of the image.
- (G): Keep aspect ratio: Tick this box to maintain the original width to height ratio of the image.
- Click Attach.
The image is now embedded in the page content.
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