Today we are very exited to announce the release of second batch of improvements in the most often used component in OpenBox: the Text and Images editor. The goal of this release was to simplify the management of images for novice users, while at the same time unleash the power of the web to more experienced users.
At first sight you will notice the image properties panel is significantly simplified with just three settings: Image Size, Caption and Alignment. But with the simple flip of the Advanced switch, you get all the options available before plus a lot more in the newly redesigned panel.
Another major improvement in this release is the ability to set a different image that will appear when you roll-over an image, and what transition effect (if any) should be used between these two images. Having roll-over images can greatly increase the interactivity of your web site, and can be used to create attractive call-to-action buttons.
In addition to the rollover image options, we are also introducing a new stock image library which will allow you to use stock images and icons on any of your pages. You can choose one of several collections of images and filter the images in a collection by keywords.
Once the stock image has been added in the Text and Image editor, you can use it as any normal image, except that you canít edit it.
Learn more about the new Library features, and how to create rollover images in just a few clicks by following our detailed tutorial