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You have WP 3-2
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Add an image and link to your sidebar

If you need to add an image with a link to your sidebar (to promote an event for example), here’s how to do it easily using your WordPress text editor.
 

You have WP 2.7, 2.8, or 2.9
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Creating a link using images in posts or pages

If you want to link to an external site or somewhere on your own site, using an image, here’s how to do it in the WordPress text editor.

You have WP 2.7, 2.8, or 2.9
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Create a very basic image gallery in posts or pages

If you’ve more than one or two photos for a post or page, you can easily create a very basic gallery of thumbnails for the images, using WordPress’s built-in gallery system.
NOTE: You won’t have a Gallery tab until you’ve “associated” images with a particular post or page. There are two ways to create that association: [...]

You have WP 2.7, 2.8, or 2.9
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Reduce the size of an image slightly

If you need to reduce the size of an existing image in your posts or pages only a very small amount, you can easily do it through the text editor, like this:
UPDATE:  Mark pointed out that the proportional dragging feature that I show here does not work in Internet Explorer 8 (and earlier versions as [...]

You have WP 2.7, 2.8, or 2.9
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Click to enlarge images

If you want visitors to view a large image within your posts or pages, then here’s how to set up your thumbnails.

You have WP 2.7, 2.8, or 2.9
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Accessing the media library

Every image, video, or document that you upload into WordPress can be accessed from the Media Library.  There are two ways of getting to that library.

You have WP 2.6
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Editing images within the text editor

If you’ve got an image already in your post or page, you can manipulate it many ways right in the body of the text.

You have WP 2.6
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Adding images from the Media Library

Once you’ve uploaded an image (or any media) into WordPress, it’s available to use anywhere on the site.  Here’s how to do it.

You have WP 2.7, 2.8, or 2.9
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Removing links from text or images

If you have a link that you want to remove from text or images in WordPress, here’s how to do it in the text editor of your posts or pages.

You have WP 2.7, 2.8, or 2.9
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Flowing text around images in posts or pages

If you want text in your posts or pages to automatically flow around images, this is how to do it.

You have WP 2.7, 2.8, or 2.9
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Restoring an image to its original size

Having made a change to the size of an image using WordPress, how do you undo that and restore the image to its original size?  Here’s how:

You have WP 2.7, 2.8, or 2.9
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Reduce the size of an image by a lot

If you’ve uploaded an image into a post or a page and you want to reduce it in size quite a bit, then here are your options.

You have WP 2.7, 2.8, or 2.9
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Previewing posts or pages

If you’re creating a new post or page, or you’re making changes to existing ones, it’s useful to see what it’s going to look like before making them live.  Here’s how to get a preview.

You have WP 2.6
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Uploading new images

Here’s a detailed look at how you upload images into WordPress.

You have WP 2.6
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Adding media – overview

Whether it’s an image, a video, a PDF document, here’s a quick look at how you upload them and get them into your WordPress content.

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