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Category: Image Resize

How to Resize Images for Responsive

By Olivia Justice
March 24, 2017 Category: How To, Image Resize

Is your website powered by Virteom CMS? Do your images look good on your laptop but not on your 4k monitor? Are your pictures a good size on desktop but become oversized or deformed on a mobile device? More than likely youre using pixels to set the dimensions of your photos, but is that the best way? This article will explain how you should be sizing the images on your Virteom powered website so that they look good across all devices. As you make edits and additions to the pages of your website you find yourself adding images to support your content. Typically, the size of your image is too large for your page and with the popup picture below you set dimensions of your image using pixels: Setting your images dimensions using pixels is what makes your image stretch on your cell phone or from one screen to another. You dont want to use pixels to set the dimensions of your images. For example: Here we have a picture of a tablet: Once we add it into the image uploader we see the width

Category: Rotator

How to Update Your Image Rotation

By Alana Haws
March 09, 2016 Category: Virteom, CMS, Image, Rotator, Rotation, Banner

You have a great image rotation on your sites homepages, its got awesome imagery, text, and even links somewhere. But some time has past and you have some new content for it. So you think to yourself, Self....what the heck do I do now? This is how you edit your rotator using the Virteom CMS! Login to the CMS by going to your site name.com/virteom Welcome to Virteom 8 - hello Click on Manager at the top Click on Modules on the left Click on Home Rotation Here is a list of all the Images that show up on your rotator Click Edit on the one youd like to change the information for. This opens the editor for that specific image Here you can edit: Label: The title of the banner image Display Order: Where in the line of images should it display? This one shows up seventh. Link to Page: Do you want this image to be clickable and go to a page? Image Itself: Upload a new image if youd like. Tile Background Color: Only some sites use this! So if yours doesnt