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Adding Images

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If you’re familiar with the Classic Editor you’ll be comfortable using Gutenberg. Adding images is done through the image block.

As always, make sure to specify an alternative text description for every image you add to a page or post. Your page will not pass the most basic accessibility text unless you do.

What is not obvious is a new and cool way to add an image to your page. You’ll just have to watch the movie to see what I mean.


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