On the Edit tab, users can manipulate the file associated with an asset. Images can be resized, cropped, rotated, or flipped. The contents of text-based files can also be edited.
An image can be turned clockwise or counter-clockwise. Rotating the image rotates the content of the image as well as its aspect. Rotation of the aspect is only noticeable when the image has different width and height sizes. When rotated, the width becomes the height and vice versa.
- Click Rotate Counter-Clockwise.
- Click Rotate Clockwise.
An image can be flipped vertically or horizontally using the respective buttons. Flipping an image mirrors content of the image but maintains the aspect ratio and size.
- Click Flip Vertical.
- Click Flip Horizontal.
- Click Resize. The Resize Image
- Enter desired values.
- Click Resize.
Width and height attributes are measured in pixels. The Constrain By field constricts value changes to Width or Height, or None. With Width or Height selected, you are only able to enter a new value for the selected attribute. The corresponding value changes automatically. If you select None in the Contrain By field, then no value constraints are enabled.NoteIn general, it's not a good idea to increase the size of an image by more than a few pixels. Size increases of more than 5 percent result in a blurry picture. Images with text overlays should never be enlarged this way.
- Click Crop. The handlebar markers display on the edges
of the image.
- Drag the handlebar markers to the desired end-points.
- Click the Check button to remove image parts outside the markers (or the X button to cancel).
Undo and Redo
- Click the arrow on the side of the Undo button. A drop-down list displays of
the actions that have been performed on the image in chronological order.
- Select an item in the list to reverse to the state of the image when that
action was taken. This undoes all the actions taken after the selected
action.The Redo button, conversely, populates after some action has been undone using the Undo button. Each undone action appears in the drop-down menu next to the Redo button. If no actions have been undone, or the image has been saved, the button is inactive.
Text-based assets created from Code, CSS, Document, JSON, MVC View, Text, XML, or XSLT (default schemas or schemas based on types) can be edited from within the CMS.
The editor allows you to change the text in the file. Color coding is enabled for common languages.
- Click the Edit button in the
Overview tab or directly click the
Edit tab.NoteThe Edit tab only displays if the asset is checked out and assigned to you.
- Enter desired changes.
- Click Save in the Edit toolbar when finished.