The.com allows you to add any media type your website needs including:
Images: .jpg, .png, .gif, .svg, .pdf
Videos: .mp4, .webm
Audio: .wav, .mp3
Text: .css, .js
There are four ways to add media files to your website:
Drag a file into the Media row in the worksheet
Drag a file into an Image or Video Element
Drag a file into a sheet or style cell
Select multiple images from your file browser
When files are uploaded they will appear in the left-most cell in the Media row by default.
1) Drag a file into the Media row in the worksheet
Simply drag and drop any file over a cell in the Media work on the worksheet.
This method of adding media is great for font files or assets that you may not immediately want to use.
2) Drag a file into an Image or Video Element
When you add an Image or Video Element to a Page or Block, you'll be given a list of the most recent media files that you can select from. However, you can add new files by dragging and dropping a file directly onto an Image or Video Element.
This is great for adding assets as you build.
3) Drag a file into a cell
You may want to add an image using the CSS background-image property. You can do this by dragging and dropping an image file over the Background Image property cell in the Style Grid.
Additionally, if you are setting up a Sheet to hold your content, you can drag and drop images right into any Sheet cell.
4) Select multiple images from your file browser
On the Worksheet, click the blue plus to add files from your file browser. This method allows you to add multiple files at a time. Find the file or files you want to add and click to confirm.
To delete a file, select it from the Worksheet and hit
backspace on your keyboard. You will get a prompt asking to confirm that you want to delete that asset.
Like any of the rows in the Worksheet, the Media row can be sorted by newest, oldest, alphabetically, or reverse-alphabetically.
Copy File URL
Sometimes it is necessary to paste in file URLs for certain CSS properties or links. To get an asset's file URL, click on the icon in the cell's top-right corner. It will be copied to your clipboard.
The.com allows you to compress .jpg files within the editor. Click the yellow lightning bolt.
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