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Registered: ‎07-21-2010

How to insert an image into a post

To insert an image in a post:

  1. Start a new post.
    You can insert images anywhere: in messages, replies, or comments.
  2. Click the Insert Image button in the editor's tool bar (it looks like a tree).
  3. Choose one of the sources listed below.

To insert an image located on your computer:

  1. Click the From My Computer tab.
  2. Click Browse to select a file.
  3. Type a title for the image if you want something other than the file name.
  4. Click Hide (Private) to keep the image private until your post appears.
  5. Choose an image size.
  • Full Size inserts the image at the full size of the original file.
  • Small, Medium, and Large insert the image at the sizes defined for your community.
    We don't stretch images, so very small images won't get any bigger regardless of the image size you choose.

6. Choose how you want the image aligned.

  • Left inserts the image on the left side of the post. Any text that comes after the image appears to the right.
  • Inline inserts the image right where the cursor is in the editor. If you add a return after the image, any text you add appears below the image.
  • Right inserts the image on the right side of the post. Text appears to the left of the image. If you add a lot of text, it eventually wraps under the image.

To insert an image from your image gallery:

  1. Click the From My Uploaded Images tab.
  2. Click the image.
  3. Choose an image size.
  4. Choose how you want the image aligned.
  5. Click Insert Image.

To insert an image from another Website:

  1. Click the From Another Site tab.
  2. Type the URL for the image and click Load Image.
  3. Choose an image size.
  4. Choose how you want the image aligned.
  5. Click Insert Image.
Thanks,
CherylO-Xerox
Community Manager

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