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Pic and Paint

Page history last edited by Ms. Edwards 11 years, 3 months ago

 

Pic and Paint-- Where and How?

 


 



 

Embed and adjust picImage URLtures copied from URL

 

 

1. Right click or control click the image to "Copy Link Location"  On a PC, you will need to right click to "Properties," then copy from the info the URL.

2. Go to your page.Image Properties

3. Click "edit"

4. Place your cursor where you want the image.

5. In the right side bar (see picture at left), click the "images and files" tab and scroll to the bottom to the link "Insert image from URL." Click the link and paste (apple-v or control-v) the URL into the link space; click OK. 

6. You should see your image.

 

 

7. To set properties for your image, control-click on the image and choose "image properties."   The image at right will appear.

8. To adjust size, just enter the width and the height will automatically adjust.

9.  For a border, enter a number: these images have a "5" border.

10. To create a margin or white space around the image, set the H(horizontal) Space and the V(vertical)Space.  These images have a "15" HSPace and "10" VSpace.

11. Align the image to fit IN-line with your text, either right or left, as these are.

12. Add "Alternative Text" for computers without graphics.

13. Click OK.

 

 

Embed picture in source:

  1. Right click or control click the image to "Copy Link Location"  On a PC, you will need to right click to "Properties," then copy from the info the URL.
  2. Go to your page.
  3. Click "edit"
  4. Click "source"
  5. At the top of the page, insert this code:
  6. <img src="imagelocation" class="wikiimage" />
  7. Highlight the words between the quotes that say imagelocation.
  8. Paste your image location.
  9. Click source again.
  10. Copy and paste the picture where you want it on your page.
  11. Save.

 

Adjust Picture Properties:

  1. To set properties for your image, control-click on the image and choose "image properties."   The image at right will appear.
  2. To adjust size, just enter the width and the height will automatically adjust.
  3. For a border, enter a number: these images have a "5" border.
  4. 10. To create a margin or white space around the image, set the H(horizontal) Space and the V(vertical)Space.  These images have a "15" HSPace and "10" VSpace.
  5. Align the image to fit IN-line with your text, either right or left, as these are.
  6. Add "Alternative Text" for computers without graphics.
  7. Click OK.

  



Pictures for Projects

Where can I obtain pictures for projects?

 

Check out these sites; refer to copyright information at the site.

 

 

Springfield Township High School Links to Images

 

Pics4Learning

 

Digital Images

 

Wikimedia Commons

 

Free Images

 

Torley's Flickr collection of textures

 

Flikr Spell

  



 

Stamp and Draw

Draw. Stamp.  Take a screenshot to save.  (Mac = Command Shift 3)(PC =        ) 

To control screen area -- (Mac = Command Shift 4)(PC =      )

 

Make Cartoons

Comic Creator

Toon

 

Zoho

Presentation Tool with Draw, Symbols, Clip Art

(Need a google or yahoo account)

 

20+ Drawing Tools

Page of drawing links.

 

Draw a shape, let the SCRIBBLER shade/color/redraw. Fun.

 

Museum of Modern Art )MOMA) Red Studio

http://redstudio.moma.org/interactives/remix/index_f.html   For older kids

http://www.moma.org/destination/    For the younger set

 

 

ArtPad

http://artpad.art.com

http://artpad.art.com/artpad/painter/



 

Sketch Now

Can you get this to work?

 

 



Elements of Poster/Display/Brochure Design

 

Click here to learn how to make and design effective displays:

 

Effective Design

http://www.ncsu.edu/project/posters/  Use the links at left for your need.

 

For instance, Layout shows how to graphically present your information:

http://www.ncsu.edu/project/posters/NewSite/CreatePosterLayout.html

 

Effective Design 2

More detailed information

http://www.lib.uct.ac.za/infolit/comm.htm   Start Page

http://www.lib.uct.ac.za/infolit/poster.htm   Design -- click layout

http://www.lib.uct.ac.za/infolit/brochure.htm   Brochure

 

 

 

 

Quick Look Design

http://www.soe.uoguelph.ca/webfiles/agalvez/poster/

 

More Detail

 

http://www.owlnet.rice.edu/~cainproj/designing.html

 

 

 

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