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How & Why to Add a Title Image to Your Blog Post on PACEs Connection

 

A title image is the photo that appears below the title and above the body of the blog post on ACEs Connection.

We recommend adding a title image to any blog post you make because if your blog post gets shared on a social media website (such as Facebook or Twitter), then the title image is what will be pulled onto the post. Without a title image, Facebook and other social media sites will grab the first photo from the blog, which happens to be your profile picture.

  1. Choose where to post content -- on the ACEs Connection main site, OR in an ACEs Connection community.
  2. Click the big green Post button, toward the top right of the ACEs Connection main site, OR ACEs Connection community.

  3. In the pop up menu, click Blog Post.

  4. When the blog post form opens, type headline in Title box.
  5. Type text in Blog Post box.
  6. Click Add Title Image

    If you don't have an image, we recommend searching pexels.com, a website with free stock photos to be used.
    If your image does not meet the recommended size (630px wide by 420px tall), we recommend using canva.com to resize the image for free.
  7. Scroll down and click Publish.

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Jenna Quinn (ACEs Connection Staff) posted:
Melissa L. McPheeters posted:

Is there a way to move the image that is uploaded or prevent it from being cropped? I sometimes leave off an image because I can't get it to focus on the part that I want 

Hi Melissa,

If your photo is being cropped that means it does not meet the recommend size. If your image does not meet the recommended size (630px wide by 420px tall), we recommend using canva.com to resize the image for free. 

Best,

Jenna 
ACEs Connection Staff

Oh, awesome! I use Canva and never thought to use it for that. Super helpful, thank you so much!

Melissa L. McPheeters posted:

Is there a way to move the image that is uploaded or prevent it from being cropped? I sometimes leave off an image because I can't get it to focus on the part that I want 

Hi Melissa,

If your photo is being cropped that means it does not meet the recommend size. If your image does not meet the recommended size (630px wide by 420px tall), we recommend using canva.com to resize the image for free. 

Best,

Jenna 
ACEs Connection Staff

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