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Category: On Page Editing

How to Add Images to Your Website

By Dan Carbone
November 20, 2012 Category: Images, Image Upload, On Page Editing

One of the easiest ways to add some flare to your website is to add images. Buthow do you add images to your Virteom website?In this article well cover all the bases on just that. Preparing your image for upload First things first, well need you to prepare your image for upload. There are a few things you should do to your image before uploading your image to your website: Make sure your image name does not have any spaces in it. We suggest replacing any spaces in your file name with dashes (-) or underscores (_). Optimize your image for the web. To keep your website running at top speed, youll want to optimize your image for web. How do you do this? Use an image optimizer like this one. Uploading your new Image into Virteom Editor Now that you have prepared your image to be uploaded, youre locked in loaded to upload it to the Virteom CMS. Go to your website and log into your Virteom editor. Once you are logged in go to the page you want to edit and select Editor off the top

Category: Link

Working with Links

By Danni Bennett
December 28, 2012 Category: Learning, Link, Content

Links are clickable spots (the link) on a webpage that take the visitor elsewhere (the target). A link may take the visitor to another page on your site (an internal link), to a page on a different website (an external or outbound link), or to a different spot on the same page (an anchor link). They may also open an email message addressed to a particular email address in the visitors default email program. (Note that we generally do not recommend this type of email link as it can be a target for spam and, depending on the email program used by the visitor, they do not always work as expected.) The clickable spot can be text or an image. If its text, it is usually formatted in such a way to indicate to the user that its clickable. Historically, this has been through an underline, but, depending on the design of your website, it may be through a different color or a hover affect (the text style changes when you point to it with the mouse). Regardless of the type of link or target, the