These options can be found in the Image Editor. Mouse over an image and click on the small pencil that will appear and a new window will open where the image size, link, source, title and alt tags can be set.
The width and height values should be the same as the real values of the image chosen. If you set a higher value the image may stretch and look bad.
The value inserted in the ‘Alt Tag’ will appear inside the image container when the image can not be displayed. Alternate text is very helpful in case images on a page cannot be found, or your email didn’t yet load properly. Here is a quick example, we wrote “image can not be displayed” and instead of seeing the image in the snapshot below, you can see the text appear.
The text entered inside the ‘Title Tag’ will be displayed in a popup when a user takes their mouse over to that image. In the example below, we wrote the word ‘image’.
The ‘Link url’ option is used to add a link to an image. Just insert the url address of the page you want to be redirected to.
Finally, click on the ‘Save’ button to apply the changes.