WordPress 101 – How to Fix Common Image Issues in WordPress Part 1
You want to embed images into Posts but you have not known how to do it. Following this our video to learn how to fix common image issues in WordPress. This topic is divided into two parts and in the first one, we will introduce to you how to upload images, how to media library images, how to add images from URL, how to images galleries. You have the freedom to use this free video of wpmudev.org on Themelead.com.
1. How To Upload Images
Images are a great way to enhance your WordPress.com blog, adding and managing them is very easy. Let start to learn how to upload images for your site. This video is useful for anyone who wants to know more about images uploading.
2. Media Library Images
The media library is where all your images is saved. Some people like uploading their photos to the media library first, and then grab them for posts. It’s a fine way, but I typically choose the other way and this is another way I want to refer to you.
3. Adding Images From URL
When you find the image you want to use, to hover over the image, copy a link of that image and then insert that link into your site, follow these steps:
4. Images Galleries
This is how to upload a gallery into WordPress. Let follow our video. Make sure that you can explore a lot of interesting things
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