Placing images on your web pages requires a few more steps than just adding text. First you must upload the image to the server. Then you may need to resize it so that it fits on your page. Lastly, you click the Add Image button to place it on your page. To add an image to your site follow the steps below.
Step #1: Uploading the Image
Before actally uploading your image to the server you must first make sure it is viewable by web browsers. Acceptable common formats include JPEG, GIF, and PNG. Formats that don't work well as inline images include PDF, PostScript, and most proprietary formats. If your image is not in one of the acceptable formats mentioned above, use an image manipulation/conversion program to open it and re-save it in a good format.
To upload the image to the server, first go to your iWeb Composer site and click on your Image Library. Then click the Upload Image button and choose the file you wish to upload from your local computer. After you have chosen the file, click upload and wait for your computer to upload the image to the server. After the upload is complete the image will appear in your Image Library, ready to use on any of your web pages.
Step #2: Placing the Image
To place an image that is already in your Image Library on one of your pages, first browse to the page, and then click the Add Image button to place it. Choose the image you wish to display from the list of choices that appears and then click Record Changes to add it to your page. Images in your Image Library can be placed on as many pages as you wish without re-uploading them. There is only one copy of the image (in your Image Library), all the references on your pages simply point at that image. If you were to resize an image in your Image Library the change would instantly take effect on all of your pages, both live and editing.