There are two ways to upload media to your website using any of our wordpress builds: In-Post and Gallery uploading.
When your creating a new page, news article, post, real-estate listing, etc, look at the top of the text editor and click he "photo" icon to open the file selection window.
When writing your post or page look for the image icon .
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When you click this it will take you to another page.
Now you have 3 methods of inserting media. Of course the first is the most common type -- adding media from your desktop, but you can also add media from sites you have already uploaded to and insert media that you have already uploaded to your new website.
Clicking Select Files, opens a File Browser that allows you to select MULTIPLE files for upload.Â Hold your shift key while making two or more selections to select everything (or Ctl+A) or hold your control key while clicking specific files you want uploaded.Â When you're done, click "Open" or "Cancel" to cancel the upload.
After your uploads complete you will be brought to a window that looks something like this:
You can find the insert into post, crop, and thumbnail buttons here:
From here you can see and edit the file's information such as its title and Alternate Text (Extremely important for SEO), Caption (only if you want something displayed under the image and only if your style allows for it), description, and file location.Â Â You cannot edit the file location but you can use this to access your file directly or to create links to it.Â You can also click "Insert into post" link to have the image automatically inserted into your post or page.Â There is also another link called "Featured Image" to make this image featured for your page or post (if your style permits).
Gallery uploading is done only in the event you're just wanting to host some media from your website. In order to do this, simply click the "Media" link in your control panel and click "Add New".
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NOTE: If your browser (such as the FireFox for Android) does not support flash, you will have to use the legacy uploader.