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Inserting Images in WordPress

Search engine optimization (SEO) is the process of increasing the quality and quantity of website traffic by increasing the visibility of a website or a web page to users of a web search engine.

They search engines like google have to be able to find you when they type in their key word or web address, right???

Images searching has become very important.

SEO may target different kinds of search, including image search, video search, academic search, news search, and industry-specific vertical search engines.

Optimizing a website may involve editing its content, adding content, modifying HTML, and Images, associated to both increase its relevance to specific keywords and to remove barriers to search engines Promoting a site to increase the number of backlinks, or inbound links, is another SEO tactic.

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When you Insert an Image follow these steps for Optimal Results

Insert an image into your post or page.

Click the Button “Add Media” up in the left hand corner of the toolbar. It is circled in Red in the picture below. Then you will see a box on the right.

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Attachment Details

Click the pictue to make it larger if you have trouble seeing it.

Title – Under Image Details, the title refers to the name of the image you are uploading. The title is required by WordPress. In case you need to search for the image from the image archive, you can type the title to search for the particular image.

Caption – This block lets you add captions to the image you are uploading. The caption will be visible below your image. Note that, the way the caption will be displayed depends on the theme that you are using.
Alt Text – This field allows you to write a text that replaces the image when the images aren’t loading in case of a slow-loading site.

Description – It is an optional block. This block is for you to add description to your image. If you choose for the image to be linked with an attachment page, it will be displayed on the image’s attachment page.

The description is seen when the reader clicks the image in the gallery. Then the larger version of the image is seen along with the description.

Now you have to Scroll Down on the same page. until you see this:

Attachment Display Settings

Picture of Image Boxes

Alignment – this setting allows you to decide if the image should be in the content area and how it interacts with any text on your page.

The image can be right aligned, left aligned, center aligned. You also have the “none” option.

Center alignment– This option lets you align the image to the center and no text is displayed.

Left alignment – This option aligns the image to the left of the margin. If there is any text, it goes or flows to the right hand side of the image.

Right alignment– This option aligns the image to the right of the margin. If there is any text, it goes or flows to the left hand side of the image.

None – This does not maintain any alignment.

Link To:

Link to – Under Image Details, this option determines where the link is attaching itself with.

Custom URL – This allows you to add a URL and the user will be directed to that URL when the image is clicked.

Media File – This option links your added image directly to the original, full-sized version of the image.

Attachment Page – This allows you to link your inserted image to its WordPress media attachment page.

None – This option removes the link completely, and the image will be “un-clickable”.

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Size

Size – You can resize the image and make it appear in the size that you want by customizing the length and breadth of the image. Sizes can be thumbnails, medium, large or full size.

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Now use the button “Insert into Post” the image you selected, and Update it, and then view button on your post and it should open in another tab. On that tab left click the mouse button and hit the “Pencil” Icon, the box will pop up.

If you have a hard time seeing this pic then click on it to enlarge it.

Link to WebsiteAlternative Text: is what you describe the picture as, for example I would put “Book Cover of the The Collective” in this example.

Caption: Whatever your personal opinion is about the picture or subject

Display Settings: Alignment Option Again

Alignment – Under Image Details, this setting allows you to decide if the image should be in the content area and how it interacts with any text on your page.

The image can be right aligned, left aligned, center aligned. You also have the “none” option.

Center alignment– This option lets you align the image to the center and no text is displayed.

Left alignment – This option aligns the image to the left of the margin. If there is any text, it goes or flows to the right hand side of the image.

Right alignment– This option aligns the image to the right of the margin. If there is any text, it goes or flows to the left hand side of the image.

Scroll Down on this page a little until you see Advanced Options circled in Red underneath.

 

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Image Title Attribute – This block lets you write the text that will be displayed as a tooltip when a reader looks at or when your mouse hovers over your image.

Image CSS Class – This advanced option lets you add CSS class to your image. Css is a different language but it gives somebody with more experiance the option to add extras to the image, like maybe give it a border.

Open link in a new tab – This will open the image or the link where the image is leading to, in a new tab or a separate browser window. You should alway have this checked otherwise they will leave your webpage.You don’t want to give any visitor the option to leave if you can avoid it.

Link Rel – This option lets you control the Rel attribute for adding no follow. This attribute specifies the relation between the linked file and the current file.

No Follow:

nofollow is a value that can be assigned to instruct some search engines that the hyperlink should not influence the ranking of the link’s target in the search engine’s index.

If it’s an external link to a paid website you may not want to inprove their score because you do not work for them, and only offering them as a suggestion. Or maybe its a company that provides a product that you were talking about, but you have personally never dealt with them.

Link CSS Class – This advanced option lets you add a CSS class to an image link. Modify the picture, modify the link.


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