Here is an easy way to quickly upload images and use them in your widgets.

Using Images in Widgets

 

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[lgc_column grid=”25″ tablet_grid=”50″ mobile_grid=”100″ last=”true”]1. From your WordPress dashboard, go to Media -> Add New.[/lgc_column]

 

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[lgc_column grid=”25″ tablet_grid=”50″ mobile_grid=”100″ last=”true”]2. A screen similar to this appears. Click on Select Files or drag and drop your image into the dashed box. [/lgc_column]

 

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[lgc_column grid=”25″ tablet_grid=”50″ mobile_grid=”100″ last=”true”]3. Once the image is successfully uploaded, you can see a small white box at the bottom with image name and an Edit link. Please click on Edit. [/lgc_column]

 

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[lgc_column grid=”25″ tablet_grid=”50″ mobile_grid=”100″ last=”true”]4. This is the ‘Edit’ screen. The image is shown on left with its details on right side.[/lgc_column]

 

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[lgc_column grid=”25″ tablet_grid=”50″ mobile_grid=”100″ last=”true”]5. Select the text under File URL and copy it. Please ensure that the complete text is selected.[/lgc_column]

 

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[lgc_column grid=”25″ tablet_grid=”50″ mobile_grid=”100″ last=”true”]6. Once the File URL is copied, come back to creating a Yeloni widget and open the Image section.[/lgc_column]

 

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[lgc_column grid=”25″ tablet_grid=”50″ mobile_grid=”100″ last=”true”]7. Paste the File URL into the Enter Image URL section. If the URL has been correctly copied, the image is shown on the left. [/lgc_column]

 

After this step, continue with creating and saving the widget.

 

[Image courtesy: Google]