Images are visual assets that enhance all Brightspot sites, and are used on nearly every page. Brightspot offers a shared image library, plus the ability to upload one-off images—images that are not shared to the library. This topic explains how to add an image to Brightspot.
To add an image:
- In the header, click .
- From the Create list, select Image.
- Using the following table as a reference, complete the fields as needed.
- Complete your site's workflow and save the image.
If your version of Brightspot includes image recognition, terms associated with the image appear under Brightspot Image Recognition. (For information about image recognition, see Submitting an image or video to Amazon Rekognition.
|Internal name||Enter an internal name for this asset. Brightspot uses this name internally, such as in the search panel and recent activity widget. This name is not visible to visitors to your site.|
Do one of the following:
Alt text appears in a blank box that would normally contain the image if the image does not display. The alt text defaults to the filename. You can modify the alt text if necessary.
Alt text powers front-end screen reader functionality, and is important for 508 compliance.
|Caption||Describes the image. This field defaults to the image's IPTC (Description/Caption) or EXIF (ImageDescription) metadata, if available. You can modify the caption if necessary. Captions are visible to visitors to your site.|
|Credit||Name of the photographer or graphic artist. This field defaults to the image's IPTC (Credit Line) or EXIF (Exif.Image.Artist) metadata, if available. You can modify the credit if necessary. Credits are visible to visitors to your site.|
|Source||Agency distributing the image. Enter a source for this image. This text is visible to visitors to your site (depending on the containing asset).|
|Copyright Notice||Entity holding the copyright. Enter a copyright notice for this image. This text is not visible to visitors to your site.|
Select the tags associated with this asset. This selection is visible to visitors to your site.
For information about creating a tag, see Tag.