Images

In order to add an image to the post, you first need to add it as a file. In order to add an image, click [add image] on the toolbar on the right, select and upload the required file. 

 

 

How to insert an image into a post?

To insert an image into a post, add a new paragraph, and then click on the downloaded image. To insert an image into a line, press Shift + Click.

 

Image as a background

To add an image to the background, click on the add image button in the toolbar on the right, select and load the desired file. Then open the Post tab and select the downloaded image from the Background menu.

 

Background image scale and position

You can set background image as a tile repeat (Image repeat) both horizontally and vertically. You can also decide between original size, fill and fit scale options (Image Scale) as well as whether to fix or scroll the background image (Image Scroll). 

For mobile view you can decide whether or not to choose the background image (Mobile background > on/off).

 

 

 

How to view the full-sized image?
Click [add image], then click the [preview] icon in the right part of the uploaded image. It will open in a separate tab in your browser.

 

How to get the link to an uploaded image?
Click [add image], then click the [link] icon in the right part of the uploaded image. You will see the link to it in a popup window.

 

How to add a gallery?*

Upload images on the toolbar to the right of the preview window, click [add image gallery], select the displayed window in the post area and select the images you need.

A gallery can be also inserted into a grid column.

*Galleries are available only on Pro plan.

 

How to adjust indentations below an image?

Click Image > Bottom Indent. You can specify the indent size in pixels (px). You can also press CMD + (up/down arrow).

 

How to add a caption to an image?

Select the image in the post area by clicking it. Enter the caption in the line under the image. If you leave the field blank, after the image you will see the indentation you specified in the Bottom indent menu, but there will be no caption.

 

How to edit captions under images in a post?

Captions can be located under the image at the center, on the right or on the left. Moreover, they can be written in italic or bold font. In order to edit a caption, select it in the post area by clicking it.

Click Description > Caption align and select the required type of alignment on the top toolbar. Align text at the center, on the left, on the right or by post width.

Click Description > Caption styles and select the required style: bold, italic or underlined.

 

How to transform an image into a link?

Select an image by clicking it, open the Image tab and insert the link into the Link field.

 

How to transform an image into an anchor?

Open the Image tab and give the image a name in the Anchor name field. In order to return to it from another part of the text, click Selection, then select the specified name in the Anchor menu. This function can be used if you are adding infographics or a map the user might want to return to while reading.

 

Сan I upload .PDF to my post?

No. Within Add Image - Upload instrument permissible graphic formats are as follows:

.jpeg, .gif, .svg, .png.

You can upload .pdf or any other file to your web server using FTP or by means of your CMS, then assign it’s url to any object on the page of a post editor.

 

What are overhangs?

Overhangs are when content is added to indents. They can be added for tables, images and embeds.

When formatting a post in Setka Editor, left and right indents from the post edge to the content are added.

Overhangs are disabled by default (Overhangs > none). For each individual element you can specify overhangs for both sides (to the left and to the right) or for one side (only to the left or only to the right). The overhang size depends on the margins in the selected style (for example, if margins = 0, overhang also = 0). For mobile devices, indents from the post edge are equal to 10 px on both sides. In order to remove indents, click Overhangs > both.