Use the below code to embed an image with optional resizing
Note: Both of these options require that an image is hosted elsewhere. A publicly available URL (i.e. does not require a login to access the image) is needed to embed an image with HTML at this time. This can be anywhere such as your local servers, Imgur, Google photos, or Wix.
Click on the “image” button on the editing header of the field the image will be embedded in.
Enter the URL where the image is hosted in the URL field
Enter the Alternative Text, if applicable, in the Alternative Text field.
Adjust the width, if needed, in the Width field.
Adjust the height, if needed, in the Height field.
<img src="IMAGEURLHERE" width="###" height="###" />
Replace the IMAGEURLHERE with the URL for the image. Make sure to keep the quotations around the URL.
Update the ### following width to set the desired width. This is optional and can be removed.
Update the ### following height to set the desired height. This is optional and can be removed.
If the image is a PDF, please use the below code to embed a PDF viewer.
Note: This option requires that an image is hosted elsewhere. A URL is need to embed a PDF at this time. T
Click on “Source” in the editor
Copy the below code in:
<iframe src=”PDFURLHERE" width="500px" height="688px"></iframe>
Replace the “PDFURLHERE” with the URL for the PDF. Make sure to keep the quotations around the URL.
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Modified on: Thu, 5 Aug, 2021 at 9:21 AM
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