- Take your own - This is ideal for something like a hand made product but when it comes to taking a great picture you often have to take lots of things into consideration; camera, lighting, editing and you have to be good at taking pictures!
- Search online - You can find a great selection of images online but you have to be sure that you are allowed to used them or you could get into some legalities. It's often best to leave this unless you are using a reputable website and paying for the image.
Introducing Getty embed!
How to use Getty embedIt's really quick and easy to get started with Gerry images embed, follow these steps;
- Go to the main embed website: Getty images embed.
- Search using the "Start searching now ..." bar. I'll be searching for cat
- You should now see the search results with "related searches", filter and sort options and the layout option;
- When you find an image you click, hover over it and click "View Details";
- When the new window opens, click on the "EMBED" tab on the top left hand side;
- You can then follow the pop-up's instructions by copying and pasting the code into your website. You can change the size of the image and you can view a preview with the attribute at the bottom.
You've got the code, now what?
- Open up your website editor and look for a "html" or "code" button. In Geoff's editor you can find it under the "Home" tab;
- That should then open a pop-up or change the screen which will then allow you to add the image in;
- Save that and you should now see the image appear in your page editor;
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