Sorry, I didnt get it how to use my own images from my local drive. The walkthrough video only explains the use of "unsplash" but not images from a local drive. I also tried to insert an image and get the placeholder image from Bootstrap. I dont know how to change that image. 36|319x500
Thanks in advance,
Yes and no. To replace an image it is helpfull to see what one is replaced, so there are at least two possibilities but for me so far I am not sure if it is really the same, which it is not, I guess. Because there is also the PROPERTIES-panel to REPLACE AN IMAGE.
With the one, shown here it is more like an ADD IMAGE. Is this true? BTW I am with Pinegrow to learn
So I found, using the POEMS example that the image is not shown in the visual editor. Using the WEBSY example, once the image/the background is clicked, the image shows up in the visual editor and therefor can be replaced. Using the MATERIALIZE example it is best to watch the tree and then one can see in the visual editor what you showed. For now, I am happy with it and always look inside the properties panel, the tree-panel and finally the visual editor and for reasons it is different in different cases, either start with plain html, with bootstrap or with materialize.
Thanks anyway and Kind Regards,
Sorry for getting back late. Yes this makes kind of sense to me. It is just that sometimes the spot, your red arrows lead to, is empty although there´s an image visible and sometimes it is not empty with a visible image. Does this makes sense as well? Or is it that I got something wrong?
Thanks in advance and Kind Regards,
You must be sure that you have selected the correct (html) element, to see which “CSS rules” are applied and are in affect. It could also be a “parent” element, that has a “CSS rule” with the “background-image” set.
And an element could always have multiple “CSS rules” applied. So make sure you have selected the correct “CSS rule”. The “CSS panel” shows all the rules and properties that are in afffect.
Here you can find documentation about the “CSS panel”, maybe helpful to read it to understand it better how things are working.