Display an image on your page.
Images must be ADA compliant, with meaningful 'alt text.'
more on accessible images
the component to the page. There are four tabs of options for
the Photo component: Image, Caption and Alt Tags, Image Properties,
Only JPG, GIF and PNG formats are allowed. JPGs are recommended for best results and faster load times.
Alt Text is generally required under state and federal accessibility laws. Read more about Alternative Text.
Tip: If you need a long caption or more formatting such as line breaks or font styles, consider using a separate Caption Component.
|Image Size Options|
|Full Size (default)
||takes up full column width
|Small Landscape||140 pixels wide x 88 pixels tall|
|Medium Landscape||219 pixels wide x 128 pixels tall|
|Large Landscape||300 pixels wide x 175 pixels tall|
|Icon||16 pixels wide x 16 pixels tall|
|Thumbnail||32 pixels wide x 32 pixels tall|
|Small Square||60 pixels wide x 60 pixels tall|
|Medium Square||140 pixels wide x 140 pixels tall|
|Large Square||219 pixels wide x 219 pixels tall|
|Small Portrait||60 pixels wide x 88 pixels tall|
|Medium Portrait||140 pixels wide x 180 pixels tall|
|Large Portrait||220 pixels wide x 283 pixels tall|
|Featured||for use in special cases
(see Advanced Use below)
Tip: Zooming is incompatible with making the image a link. Using a link (on the Advanced tab) will override zooming.
In those layouts, this option allows the photo to expand beyond the column boundaries into the margins (left, right and top) to go 'full bleed'. (Compare to this page.)
In layouts where Featured Size does not apply (most
pages), it is treated the same as Full Size.
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Always grab the green border to drag a Photo to a new place on
the page. Dragging by the image itself will either just not
work, or in some browsers, will create a duplicate image!
> read more about this Known Issue
We recommend at least 800px x 536px for landscape or 536px x 800px for portraits (aspect ratio 1.5:1). Larger images are encouraged up a maximum of 2500px.
How to Crop
March 9, 2018