After embedding an image in a post or page, the image can be edited in many ways, including rotating any landscape images which appear with the incorrect orientation.
In the Rich Text editor, click on the image in the body of the post to display the image edit options.
Rotate: Click to rotate the image clockwise or counterclockwise.
Flip: Click to flip the image vertically or horizontally.
Edit Image: Click to open the additional image editing options, including Crop, Resize, Orientation, Brightness, Sharpen, Contrast, Color Levels, Gamma, and Invert.
Remember to save any changes after completing your edits by clicking Publish or Save on the Post or Page.
Additional Image Options
Double-click on the image to open additional options:
- Image Size: Select the size of the image from the drop-down. Full Size is recommended for responsive designs.
- Position: Choose the alignment of the image.
- Description: Optional. Enter a description which will appear when you hover the cursor over the image.
- Caption: Optional. The caption will appear centered below the image with formatting different from the other text in the post. Custom CSS can be used to style the caption.
- Border: Optional. A border can be added around the image.
- Link to full-size image in a pop-up window: By selecting this option, clicking on the image in the published post will open the original image in a new window.
Updated 12 August 2019
You may also want to check out these other articles:
- For information on adding videos to your posts and pages, see the article on embedding YouTube videos.
- If you are making major changes to your blog's design, review the article on creating a test blog to create a new design before applying it to your live blog.
- Do you have questions not answered in the Knowledge Base? Reach out to the Typepad support by opening a New Ticket.