If your site is using the standard Editor for GT Drupal sites, these directions will tell you how to add a picture or graphic to your web page.
DO THIS FIRST: Be sure to change the size of your image BEFORE you upload it so that it is re-sized well and so that people on slow data plans don't have to download any larger of an image than necessary. Also, choose a good name for your image (all lower case, use hyphens instead of spaces, avoid punctuation, short but descriptive).
You can find copyright-safe and legal images in our digital image portal.
1. Place your cursor where you want the image to be located within your page. Usually, you want to put an image on its own line (so that fancy styling options can be used later).
2. Then, choose the Image button that is between the Table and LinkIt buttons on the toolbar. It looks like a tiny watercolor painting.
3. After you click the Image button on the toolbar, choose “Browse Server” in the pop-up box that appears.
4. Click on the folder you want to save your image to on the server; usually this is underneath “images.”
5. In the upper-left corner of this pop-up window, click on “Upload” and then click on the “Browse” button.
6. Choose the image or picture you want to add from your computer
and then click on the “Upload” button at the bottom.
7. In the file list on the right, highlight your image file by clicking on it and then choose “Insert file” from the buttons at the top.
8. In the first pop-up box, you will now notice that the URL is filled in, with your file’s name at the end. Be sure to fill in the “Alternative Text” field so people who can't see the image can still listen to the important information your picture conveys.
Click the “OK” button at the bottom of this box.
9. Your image will now appear in your web page’s text. Congratulations on successfully adding an image!