Lots of changes in how we do things since the update of WordPress to it’s new Visual Content Editor, Gutenberg. Things that we have done for many years are now done differently. Adding an image within a paragraph is one of those things. So, let’s see if we can make that happen to this paragraph… Continue Reading How to add an image in a Page or Post in WordPress Gutenberg
Resolution size of an image is the most important thing you need to watch. An image can be 3400 px wide, but if it’s resolution is 72 dpi, it will load fairly quickly. If the resolution is 300 dpi, then it will just come to a crawl. Example below has a 300 dpi and a… Continue Reading How Do Different Image Sizes Affect the Page Speed in WordPress?
WordPress comes with the option to add an image gallery to a web page or post versus just adding one image.
Adding images to a post or page in WordPress can be overwhelming, especially when you are fairly new to using WordPress. Do I Need To Resize Images Before Adding to a Page? Yes. Using a word processing program, like Word, will allow you to add an image to a page and resize it right there… Continue Reading How to Add Images to Page in WordPress Classic