Combine a header, image, link and text all in one component.
State and federal rules require most images to be ADA compliant, with meaningful 'alt text.' > read more on accessible images
Add the component to the page. There are three tabs: Title, Text and Image.
Heading: Type a title for your Photo Teaser.
Link to: If you would like your heading to link to another page, type that page’s URL into this field.
Open in new window: This optional setting forces the clicked link to open in a new browser tab or window.
When that is selected, an additional icon will follow the linked text, to alert visitors that they will be taken to a new browser window, or even leave the current website. And if the hyperlink goes to a downloadable file, an document icon will instead be shown as well as the file size if the file is on the same server. (Read more about link labels.)
Alt text: Write a description of your Photo Teaser’s image in this field.
Hide border: Specify whether you would like to show or hide a border around your image. If you select Show border a thin gray line will frame your image. The border is hidden by default.
Alt Text is generally required under state and federal accessibility laws. Read more about Alternative Text.
Add descriptive text to your Photo Teaser. When you view your Photo Teaser, this text will appear below the heading and to the right of the image.
Give your Photo Teaser an image by dragging one from the Content Finder into the Image Tab.
Another way to add an image is to click within the empty Image tab and then upload an image. (Your image will not be stored in the Digital Asset Manager if you choose to upload a file using this method.)
Crop and/or rotate your image by using the buttons that appear in the Image tab after you import your photo into it.
If you already have an image in the Image tab but desire to replace it with a different one, click the Clear button adjacent to the crop/rotate tools.
Only JPG, GIF and PNG formats are allowed. JPGs are recommended for best results and faster load times.
Images should normally be under 1 MB.
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.
But beware using many large images (over 1 MB each) in a Photo Gallery. > Known Issue: Photo Galleries Do Not Load or Load Very Slowly
May 15, 2019