Now that we’ve covered how to create a blog post, it’s time to take a closer look at working with images in WordPress. While the last post included some information on adding images to your posts and pages, you might be wondering what else you can do with them. In this post we will explore the WordPress Media Library, in order to help you understand where your images, and other media files, are stored once they are added to your website. We will also look at how you can carry out basic editing on your images, including changing their size with the scaling or cropping tools, as well as rotating and flipping them. Finally, we will cover how to add image galleries to your posts and pages. This feature of WordPress makes it easy to insert a selection of images into a post, and then configure how they are organized. You can also control what happens when a visitor clicks on one of the images in the gallery. If you want to get a better understanding of how WordPress handles images and other media files, as well as what you can do with them, this guide to the Media Library will get you up to speed. The WordPress Media Library Explained Every WordPress website has its own media library. Each
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