Image components renders and img or picture html tag, with an optional link and alt attribute.
Drag & drop image component to a Page section. You will see a default image placeholder. (It is visible in edit mode only).
Click ("Edit" icon) to see all Image component's properties:
You can open the left assets panel and drag & drop an image to the L breakpoint asset section. If only the L breakpoint asset is provided, an img html tag will be rendered with the provided image on all breakpoints. (See breakpoints definition for L, M, S breakpoints width)
If additionally the M breakpoint asset is provided, a picture html tag will be rendered and M asset will be used on M and S breakpoints.
- If additionally the S breakpoint asset is provided, a picture html tag will be rendered and S asset will be used on S breakpoint
- Please note that only the L breakpoint is required for an image to be rendered on a published page. M and S assets are optional.
- You can additionally provide an alternative text (alt) to describe the image. Leave it blank only when the image is purely decorative.
- Optionally you can wrap the image in a link
If you add an image that is wider than image container, it will have the container width and height respecting the asset ratio. You can see an example of an image with 12 columns width below:
You can resize the image container by using the grid options in the layout tab of authoring dialog (See grid description for details). You can see an example of 2-columns-wide image below. Image is shrinked to 2 columns width, and it's height respects the orginal asset ratio.
When an asset has been deleted and the path to image is no longer valid, a broken icon of an image will be displayed in editor: