Weebly gives users formatting options so they can style images in a way that best fits their site. Read below to learn the basics of Weebly image formatting.
Formatting Your Weebly Image
- Find an image on your site you would like to format differently. If you haven’t uploaded one yet, see our Adding Images to Weebly article
- Once you have found or added an image, click it in live preview
- This will bring up a box that contains the following options:
|Edit Image:||Clicking this will take you to the built-in image editor. You can do things here like crop, apply filters, adjust, add text and apply focus. When finished, click Save in the top right corner of the editor box.|
|Replace Image:||Clicking this will take you to the image upload interface where you can upload a new image. This new image will replace the previous image.|
|Lightbox:||Toggling this on will turn on Lightbox. If an image is clicked on your website and also has Lightbox turned on, the image will be displayed at its original size in a pop-up.|
|Link:||Clicking this will take you to a link page where you can add links to your image. There are multiple types of links, though only one link can be applied to an image. Click the type of link you would like, then input the link information in the fields that appear.|
|Align:||There are three options next to Align. These options will align the image to the left, middle, or right, based on the option you choose.|
|Spacing:||Clicking this will take you to a page where you can adjust the margins around the image box. The - and + on either side of the numbers will increment the margin by 10, but you can also type in your own custom number.|
|Caption:||Clicking this will take to a field where you can enter a caption for the image. Once you are finished, the caption will appear at the bottom of the image.|
|Advanced:||Clicking this will take you to advanced options. Here you can edit the border and input image Alt Text.|
These are the basic formatting settings. You can go back at any time and make changes to your image. Once you publish your changes, they will be viewable on your live site.