This article will explain how to edit multiple images at the same time with the new image management feature of Titan CMS.
Every website contains images, and along with this fact comes the need to maintain and modify those images to display in the correct manner. The new image management component of Titan CMS makes this process easy and user-friendly, without the need for complex photo editing software. With Titan CMS you can now crop, resize, and rotate your images directly through the workstation.
These image management functions, combined with the multi-tag and edit feature of Titan CMS, allow you to quickly and easily edit multiple images at the same time.
In order to edit multiple images at the same time, all of the selected images must have the same dimensions. To work with multiple images:
- Log in to your Titan CMS workstation, and navigate to a folder in a file pile.
- On the right you will see a list of images. Click the checkboxes next to the files you would like to edit.
Note: You can quickly view and compare dimensions of images by selecting the appropriate view. In the toolbar of the right content pane, you will see a dropdown list of different views. Find the one named “List View (Dimensions” and select it. In the right pane you will now see the height and width of images in that folder.
- Once multiple images are selected, click on the “Content” tab to the left of the right pane. Do not click on the “Edit” link next to one of the files. This will load up the image editor for that particular image only.
- On the content tab, click the “Edit All” button. On this same tab, you can hit the Prev and Next buttons to view the different files you are about to edit.
- The image editor dialog box will appear. You may now resize, crop, or rotate your images. Any changes made in this dialog will be applied to all of the images you selected in step 2.
- On the right side of the dialog box, one of the selected images will appear as a preview. This is for reference, to view the changes you are about to make. Hit the “OK” button, and the changes will be applied to the rest of the images as well.
- Related Documents
Knowledge Base Article: How to Crop Images
Knowledge Base Article: How to Resize Images
Knowledge Base Article: How to Rotate Images
Knowledge Base Article: Image Dimension Constraints in Image Management
Knowledge Base Article: Configuring Automatic Image Sizes