These instructions are the same as How to Add an Image to Your Page, but are specific to IUP stock photography (from the University Photographer).
Before adding the photo, you should review the photos available on the University Photographer's website. On the Gallery page, and you'll find an extensive list of photo galleries, broken down by year. When you have located a photo that you’d like to
use, make note of its year and description. The description is also the title of the photo.
Note: Only 737- and 750-pixel-wide photos are displayed in the galleries. These are the correct sizes to be used for the IUP website.
Follow this process to insert a photo onto your page:
Although there is an option to artificially adjust the image’s size, never do this as the image can become pixelated or fuzzy. Remember that
all images must be resized before uploading into the CMS, not from within the CMS. For similar reasons, please do not use the “Edit Image”
If the image is placed in the wrong location on the page, click it once to select it, then right-click and choose “Cut.” Place the cursor at the beginning of the paragraph that you want the image to be next to, and choose “Paste.” After moving the image,
the alignment, sizing, and alt-text editing processes must be done again.
To replace one image with another, click the image once to select it. Open the Inspector, then click the blue Library icon, located to the right of the “Image Source” field. Choose the appropriate image from the library window. (As always, only double-click
the image filename or the image itself.
Do not double-click on the little yellow box.)
The Inspector also shows what styles are being used in the content. When the Inspector menu is open, placing the cursor within any text will show what styles are applied, plus what other styles are available.
Here’s how to
add a quicklink to an image.