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Insert an image onto an Exhibition Page
- All images should be entered within "gallery" tags. You may have as many images as you like between these tags. The "gallery" tags create thumbnail images and alignment for you.
- Within the gallery tags insert the image by adding Ã¢ÂÂImage:ImageName.jpgÃ¢ÂÂ
- To add a caption to go underneath the image add the following Ã¢ÂÂ|Your caption informationÃ¢ÂÂ
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Example: <gallery> Image:2006_Munoz_2.jpg|''Monkey'', 2004-5 Image:2006_Munoz_5.jpg|''Net'', 2006 Image:2006_Munoz_3.jpg|''Animal,'' 2005 Image:2006_Munoz_4.jpg|''The Pigs Are Coming'', 2005 Image:2006_Munoz_6.jpg|''Oneness'', 2006 Image:2006_Munoz_1.jpg|''Celestial Mayhem'', 2002 </gallery>
This format creates the look seen on Freddy MunozÃ¢ÂÂs exhibition page.
Putting an image at the top of the page next to text
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