Adding Images to Your Website

Welcome! It is Wednesday 17 and I am back with another post. As I said in the previous post, I am doing another post every Wednesday. Today I am going to show you how to insert a image into your post. I will be going over three different sizes of images, these are full size, medium size, and thumbnail.

Full size:

You can insert a full size image by, searching google images to the picture you would like and then under the search bar click the bottom that says search tools. Then there will be a size drop down arrow click large then copy and past the picture you want into your post,

Medium size:

You can insert a medium size image by, locating a picture that you want and then click the button under the search bar that says search tools. Then there will be a size drop sown arrow click that and then click Medium. Then find the picture and then copy and past that image into the post.

 

Thumbnail:

You can insert a thumbnail the same way as all the rest,  locating a picture that you want and then click the button under the search bar that says search tools. Then there will be a size button click that then go to the button that says exact. Then type in 1280 x 720 and that is the usual thumbnail size.

That is how you insert a large image, medium image, and a thumbnail. Join me back next Wednesday for another quick and easy tips to making a website using WordPress. And remember, images are a grate way to let people know what you are talking about. So putting pictures into your website is a grate way to let your viewers know what you are talking about.

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