If you want to edit content on WordPress, then you have to be logged into your dashboard. Once you’ve logged in, follow these simple steps to edit WordPress page content.
Text mode allows users to directly edit the HTML code that controls the styles, media, overall layout, and more of a web page. Text mode is for advanced users, and will likely be confusing to those not versed in HTML. check out a resource such as w3school’s HTML Introduction.
The ATTACHMENT DISPLAY SETTINGS control how your image will appear on the page. Alignment is self-explanatory, and text will flow around the image if there is adequate space. “Link to” sets the behavior when the user clicks the image. This is handy for using a smaller thumbnail that flows with the content, but allows the user to view the full-resolution image as needed. Size determines how big of a thumbnail to generate for the content. If you select Full Size, the image will not be scaled. If you select Full Size, be aware it might not fit on the page nicely. I recommend setting Link To to None when inserting full-size images, as it is redundant.
When finished, click Insert into page to do exactly that.
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