To add an image
Choose Edit content from the Immerse editor tab:
Place your cursor where you want to insert an image, then select the Image widget:
Now choose to upload an image from:
From a web link (URL)
Search for a new image via our integrated image library
From your computer
Select Upload from the menu on the left of the upload window.
Either drag the image from your computer into the area displaying "Drag your file here" or click Browse to select a file from your computer:
Your image will be added to your Immerse page.
Please note that the maximum file size is 25mb.
From a URL:
Select URL from the menu on the left of the upload window.
Obtain the URL for the image that you want to upload and paste this into the link text box.
Press the Upload button.
Your image will be added to your Surf page.
From the web
Turtl is integrated with Pixabay (a free stock image website), allowing you to search for images without leaving the Turtl editor. All images available are licensed under Creative Commons CCO, which makes them safe to use without asking for permission or giving credit to the artist - even for commercial purposes.
Select Search from the menu on the left of the upload window.
Type in your keyword and click Search (or press enter)
Click on the image you want to use.
The image will be added to your Immerse page
Best Practice - File Types
Movie: MP4, OGG
Turtl automatically compresses all uploaded images to ensure that your content loads as fast as possible for your readers.
Your image will retain its original format where possible but may be converted to JPEG if a small enough file size cannot be achieved any other way.
If you find that your image appears blurry or low-quality, you can turn off our compression system by un-ticking the Optimise option.
However, please note when not using compression you should try to optimise your image for web use. Uploading images that are over 200kb can load slowly for readers.
It is important that any images uploaded fit the required dimensions of your page. For further details on dimensions, check out the following article Dimensions in Turtl