1. Inserting images
To insert an image, open the “Edit description” menu. You can find this menu by hovering your mouse over the right side of the description field (Fig. 2).
Fig. 2: Editing a description To insert an image in your description text, click “Insert Image” in the editor (Fig. 3).
Fig. 3: Inserting an image
A dialog window opens. You have two options here. You can insert images that are saved on your computer or you can insert images from the Internet.
Inserting images from your computer
To insert an image that is saved on your computer, click “Choose file” under the heading “Upload new file” (Fig. 4).
Fig. 4: Uploading a file Another dialog opens. Choose your file here. You can upload any common file format: JPG, JPEG, GIF BMP, PNG. Once you have located the file you want to upload, click “Open” and then “Upload.” The system automatically completes the field labeled “From URL.” You can also add an alternative text to the file (using the “Alt” field) and specify the size of the inserted image. We recommend that you leave the box next to “Keep ratios” checked. Your image might be distorted otherwise. To insert your image, click “OK” (Fig. 5).
ig. 5: Inserting an imageClick “Save” to finish editing (Fig. 6). Your image is now inserted in the description.
Fig. 6: Completing the editing process
Inserting images from the Internet
To insert an image from the Internet, enter the link to the image in the “From URL” field. Make sure that the link has a file extension. This means that it must end in “.jpg,” “.png” or something similar. Again, you can add an alt text and set the dimensions of the image (Fig. 7).
Fig. 7: Inserting an image from a URL The image will be inserted into the description. Click “Save” to finish editing (Fig. 8).
Fig. 8: Completing the editing process (2)