This week we’ve added a really rather spectacular new function, you can now add images into text (particularly handy for when you want to explain page controls!)
To start adding images into to text:
Double click or press the edit button of a text box (it will be the inner edit button on most text boxes).
You should see the text edit menu open:
Click the image button:
Drag and drop your image or press ‘Choose file’ to upload.
Your image will now appear in your text box, voila!
Do you fancy getting a little more advanced? Read on!
Once your image has been uploaded, you can then edit it, firstly click the image whilst in edit mode, the image should become editable, like so:
Now if you drag the bottom right corner you will be able to resize your image.
If you click where it says ‘Edit’, a menu will open:
In here you can change a variety of options:
Title: This is the alternative text that will display for screen-readers, we recommend adding a title to increase the accessibility of your project.
Link: Use this option to make your image link to another screen (very useful for teaching the basics of navigation buttons!).
Position: Defines where the image will show in the text box.
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