*UPDATED How to add an Image to a Content Page


Images can be added to content pages using custom MemberGate tags that are found right on the edit or add content pages.


Open a new content page or edit an existing one.

From under 'Content' choose 'Add Content' or 'Edit Content'

Add Edit Content

Below the content text area there are placeholders for up to 20 images:

Adding Images


How to Upload

1. Starting at image 2, Click on the 'Upload Image 2' link and select the image from the local drive.

*The image 1 placeholder is used to add a thumbnail teaser image to the teaser copy of the page. Please see this tutorial on Adding Teaser Images to the Teaser Copy for more information.

Click Upload Image
2. Choose the Alignment. In the Align box, click to align it to the left, right or center

2. Choose the Alignment. In the Align box, click to align it to the left, right or center

Align the Image
3. Add an image caption (optional) into the 'Caption' box.

3. Add an image caption (optional) into the 'Caption' box. This will appear on the bottom left of the image. The text in this box will act as the 'alt' information for the image. Alt image is used for SEO purposes and will show on the user's screen if the image doesn't appear.

Caption for Image
4. Add an image credit (optional) into the 'Credit' box.

4.  Add an image credit (optional) into the 'Credit' box. This will appear on the top right of the image and is used to provide a credit for the original publisher or photographer of the image.

Credit for Image
5. Copy the image tags E.G | image2|

Copy the image tags E.G | image2|

Select Image2
6. Paste that tag directly into the

6. Paste that tag directly into the "Text (or HTML) to appear on this page" box where the image should appear.

Text or HTML box to add Image Placeholder
7. Continue adding images to your page.

Continue adding images to your page. Twenty images can be added in this manner. Once images 1-6 have been used, a new image placeholder for 7 will automatically appear. More fields will be added each time up to 20 fields.


This is the resulting look of the page: