Images are a typical element of any BoldGrid site. The WordPress interface allows for a simple drag-and-drop operation to add images. We will walk you through how to quickly change images on a page or post within your Boldgrid site.

Note that changes to the editor in WordPress is an ongoing process with Gutenberg in development. Gutenberg is the new editor that will take place of the TinyMCE-based editor currently in used in today's WordPress versions. Current versions of WordPress allow you to add Gutenberg as a plugin. The interface for changing graphics in the new editor is different. As of WordPress version 5.0, Gutenberg will be integrated into the core of WordPress -meaning that it will be the default editor. If you are a BoldGrid user you will have the option to use the BoldGrid editor or the Gutenberg editor. This tutorial is based on the use of the BoldGrid editor .

How to Add a New Image in BoldGrid

We will be creating a new page and adding an image in the following steps.

  1. Login to your BoldGrid site and go to the Dashboard.
  2. Click on Pages or Blog Posts.
  3. Hover over the title of an existing article and then click on Edit. If you have Gutenberg loaded, then you will need to click on Classic Editor.
  4. To Add a new Image using the Visual Editor, click on location where you want the image to be located.
  5. Above the menu bar in the top left corner of the editor is a button labeled Add Media. Click on this button. You can also click on the plus symbol (+) in the BoldGrid interface and menu will appear. Click on Media. Either of these options will open the Add Media window.
  6. Select the image that you wish to use. You can optionally select the alignment and size of the picture in the options to the right of the screen. You can also add a title, caption, alt text, a link and a description.
  7. Optionally, you can also upload a file by clicking the Upload File tab. There is also an option to use How to Use BoldGrid Connect Search to Download Images
  8. Once you're satisfied with the image that you selected click on Insert into Post or Insert into Page depending on what you are editing. This will add the image to the location that you have selected.
  9. Make sure to Save Draft, Update or Publish your Page or Post in order to save your added image.

Congratulations on adding an imaget through the BoldGrid interface! Make sure to check out our other articles such as Replacing an Image within the BoldGrid interface.

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