Adding Image Text

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CARMA
Gallery Content Admin
The Gallery Content Admin
Adding Content
Edit Image
Adding Image Text
Content Set Locations
Content Set Categories
Managing Thumbnails
Watermarking
Image Removal
Image Order
Rotate Image
Image Quality

Warning: After you apply these changes, you cannot undo them.

CARMA allows you to add text to any image in your CARMA system. This allows you to quickly alter images within CARMA without needing to use any image editing software. CARMA also allows you to edit your image's properties and add watermarks to your images if you so choose.

To add a text string to an already existing image, go to the Gallery Content Admin, choose a Content Set you want to add a text string for, and click the "Thumbnail List" action icon. On the thumbnails page, select an image you wish to edit and click the "Edit" action icon below the image.

You will then be taken to the "Image Settings" page, where you will be able to add text strings to your chosen image. On the right side of the page you will see a preview of your image with the adjustments you have made, allowing you to instantly view your changes.

Adding Text Strings to your images in CARMA

The fields below "Image Settings" allows you to add a text string to your images. In these "Text Strings" fields, you can add your chosen text to the image, choose where on the image it appears, what font is uses, the font size, and the color of your text (this color can be expressed in hexadecimal values). Configure the available fields and click "Add" to add your text string to the selected image.

You can choose to apply any changes you have made on this page to either your selected image only, or to ALL images that can be found in that gallery. To do so, either click the "Apply Changes to this Image" or the "Apply Changes to ALL Images in Gallery" button to save your changes. Your images will now be edited to your specifications, and all members who view those images will see them with your changes made.

Applying Your Image Changes in CARMA