Full-Width Picture

Full-Width Picture

The Full-Width Picture is a great way to showcase images.

   Open any Pagestack and select the "Full-Width Picture" Stack item from the Media menu.

   Click the Edit Icon to modify the new stack item. 

  Drag and Drop the desired image into the space provided.
A preview of the selected image will show just below the "Drag and Drop" box.

    Scroll down to see additional options. This includes the picture link, stack item start/end dates, and alternate color options. 
Be sure to click on the green save button at the top when you are finished. 

  After saving your options go "back to site" to check your work. 

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