Now that your blog has been created it's time to start adding images, there are a few ways that you can add images to your blog, and they are all super easy! Have a look and a try at all of them and see what works best for you.
Dragging and Dropping images
The easiest way to add images is to drag and drop an image from the gallery and drop it where you want the image to be.
1. Find the image you want to add in the gallery
2. Click and hold to start dragging it
3. While holding, move the image to where in the blog you want to add it.
If this is the first image, drag it to the center and drop it, this will start the blog.
If this isn't the first image, drag it over to the blog and you'll notice that some blue bars start to show up. These blue bars indicate where the image will be placed.
You can add images above, below, on the right or on the left of images like here.
You can add images in between.
In some cases you'll see more then one blue bar, this allows you to do cool layouts like this:
If you drag an image on top of another you will see that original image gray out, if you release the image then it will get replaced or swap like this:
Dragging Multiple Images
You can also drag multiple images at once by holding the command button or dragging over them, then you can add them to the blog.
Dragging is super simple and makes blog building really fun.
Double Clicking Images
Another way to add images to your blog is to double-click them inside the gallery. This will add them to the bottom of the blog.
If you have multiple images selected and then hold the command button when you double-click the images will be added side by side rather then below each other.
You can also select multiple images by holding the command button and then double click, this will add the images to the bottom of the blog chronologically.
The Magic Wand
The final way to add images to your blog is to use the magic wand feature to add as many images to your blog as you want. This is an example of what it does:
To learn more about this feature click here.
Once you have added images via the magic wand, it can be a good idea to use the drag feature to rearrange the images to your liking.
If you run into any issues or have any questions please feel free to reach out to support at email@example.com