saving images for your website
Its really important to optimise your images before uploading them to your website. Having your image saved correctly will enhance the user experience and have pages load faster along with assisting with the health of your website. It’s easier to save all your images at the one time before started to edit your pages.
Below are the images sizes referenced in the video.
Image that is edge to egde OR FULL WIDTH
Desktop 2500 pixels wide | Mobile 650 pixels wide
File size: under 250KB
FULL WIDTH Image within the content area
1000 pixels wide | File size: under 250KB
SMALLER Image within the content area
650 pixels wide | File size: under 250KB
ADDING ImaGES TO YOUR WEBSITE
Once you’ve saved all your images ready to upload please view the video that showcases adding images into the body of your content, updating a slider image for desktop and mobile, updating a background image and overlay colour.
You may want to alter the ration or match an image to the proportions of another image on a page. This video shows you how to crop and save images.
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