Editable images

Enables option to replace an image.

block-edit or -block-edit: true

Setting a height: auto CSS style for the image allows changing the cropping height to any size. When cropping is shown, clicking the Skip button scales the image to the placeholder image width and adjusts the height automatically to be proportional.

Adding variable names to images saves their content. Each unique image requires its own variable name. Using the same variable name on multiple images will update images for all areas when one is updated.

data-block="variable-name" or -block-var: variable-name


<img class="block-edit" data-block="example-name" src=image.jpg" width="400" height="200">


Allows placeholder image to get resized to size of new image.

Skips cropping modal and placeholder area gets resized to both the width and height of new image. Pixel density of the placeholder image is taken into account and matches new image's size.

block-resize or -block-resize: true


<img class="block-edit block-resize" src="image.jpg" width="400" height="200" style="min-width:50px; max-width:600px">

Including min-width and max-width, and min-height and max-height styles sets size limits to stay within.


To disable image editing options and keep just the link option.

block-no-image or -block-image: false


Allows an image to be removed.

block-remove or -block-remove: true


<img class="block-edit block-remove" src="image.jpg" width="400" height="200">

A link on an image is editable by default. And if an image doesn't have a link, it can be added as part of the image's editing options.


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