Adding Images and Texts

Primary documents are texts and images included in a project's Table of Contents main menu on the left-hand side of the project workspace.

Adding Primary Text Documents:
  1. Click the "New Item" menu button at the top-left corner of the Table of Contents menu to open a menu of primary document options.
  2. Click the "Text" option to open a new text document in the project workspace, and create a new document in the Table of Contents menu.
  3. You can rename the document by clicking to select the “Untitled Document” text title at the top of the document and typing a new text title.
  4. See this guide's specific pages about pasting and formatting text.
     
Adding Images:
Note: to add IIIF images, see the next menu item, "Adding IIIF Images"
Adding Images from Your Computer:
  1. Click the "New Item" menu button at the top-left corner of the Table of Contents menu to open a menu of primary document options. 

  2. Click the "Image" option to open a new image document in the project workspace, and create a new document in the Table of Contents menu.

  3. Click the "Upload from Computer" option to select an image file (.jpg or .png) hosted on your local computer. Imported local images will have their file name as their title in the DM project. 

  4. You can rename the document by clicking to select the “Untitled Document” text title at the top of the document and typing a new text title.

Adding Images from the Web:

  1. Click the "New Item" menu button at the top-left corner of the Table of Contents menu to open a menu of primary document options. 

  2. Click the "Image" option to open a new image document in the project workspace, and create a new document in the Table of Contents menu.

  3. Click the "Link to Web" option to import an image file hosted on the web using the image's web address (.jpg).

  4. You can rename the document by clicking to select the “Untitled Document” text title at the top of the document and typing a new text title.

Note: images served from a WWW URL must use "https://" secure addresses; images linked through older and unsecure "http://" addresses will not load or display.