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To use Images in our web page, we need at first upload them to the jb-website Builder system image gallery. Here's a brief video how it works.
  • Click in p-win → Tools to open Toolbox
  • Click Image Tool icon → Load
  • Click Choose Image to open System Image Gallery
  • Click on Add Picture
  • Start loading image like this:
    • Set a title 
    • Click Choose File to select an Image from your Computer. 
    • Click Save

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  • Click in p-win → Tools to open Toolbox
  • Click Image Tool icon → Load
  • Click Choose Image to open System Image Gallery
  • Find the image you want to use. Tip: click Last, because in many cases you want to use the image which you uploaded before.
  • Click on the thumb left side, now you see a preview.
  • Click on Pick to use the image. 

Tip: 
play a bit with the settings left side, here you can set Hyperlink, Tags and even CSS transition effects, Roll Over effects and so on. You will see than right away on left side how your settings will affect the image appearance.

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After importing a jb page to WordPress you should synchronize the image. To do this follow the steps below:
  • In WordPress page/post editing mode click right side the Synch. images button.
  • To check the results click Publish or Update
  • Click the View page/View post button to preview the imported page/post 
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This is not necessary needed, but it increase the understandability of your magicBox applications.
  • Click on preview. 
  • Make a screenshot of the page.
  • Click on magicBox --> Edit (pen icon). 
  • Click left side on New Tab
  • Click right side on Add Preview Image
  • Upload the screenshot to the System Image Gallery and use the image  -
    click here for more info.
  • Close magicBox by click on OK 
  •  Save the page in p-win.
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Note
And don’t worry if the preview image looks not perfect, these images are only for orientation purpose, your page visitors will not see this image later.