The image library is a repository where you can store all the images used in your content. You can simply add images or create multiple folders and then add images into those folders. To learn about how to create and manage folders, see Folder Management.
📋 Note: You can add an image of PNG, JPG, or GIF type up to a maximum of 2 MB size.
On the Image Library index page, you can view and manage your previously added images and add new images. To access the page, in Navigation, go to CONTENT, and then select Image Library. By default, the images on the index page are displayed in the list view. You can use the [Change View] icons ( and ) on the top to toggle between the list view and grid view.
The following screenshot shows the Image Library index page in list view:
The following screenshot shows the Image Library index page in grid view:
Adding New Images
To add a new image, click the Add Image button on the top-right corner. In the New Images dialog box, you can either drag-and-drop an image or click the Upload button to select a file from your computer. You can add multiple images by using the Add More link before clicking the Save button.
The following screenshot shows the New Images dialog box:
When you hover over an image on the index page, you can see all the actions available for the image:
- Move the image into folders using the icon to easily drag-and-drop the image
- Select the image using the checkbox in front of the image
- Delete the image using the Delete option from the Actions drop-down menu
- Copy the image link using the [link] icon in the Actions column
The following screenshot shows all the actions available when you hover over an image on the Image Library index page:
To see a preview of the image, click the image. The preview shows the image details such as name, link URL, and the date on which it was last updated. Here, you can also edit the image name or delete the image. The > and < icons on the image preview enables you to move between images.
The following screenshot shows the preview of an image: