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How Do I Fix an Image on Wix?

Last updated on January 7, 2023 @ 2:51 am

If you’re working on a web page and want to add an image, you can do so using the Wix platform. Wix is a popular website builder that allows users to create and customize their own web pages.

While Wix is mostly a drag-and-drop platform, there are some elements that require HTML coding. Adding an image is one of those elements.


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In order to add an image to your Wix web page, you’ll need to use the HTML <img> tag. This tag tells the web browser to fetch an image from a specified URL and display it on the page. The <img> tag has two required attributes: src and alt.

The src attribute specifies the URL of the image to be displayed. The alt attribute is used to provide alternative text for the image, in case the image can’t be displayed for some reason. Here’s an example:

<img src="" alt="An example image">

In this example, we’re using a relative URL for the image. That means that the image is located on the same server as the web page. You can also use an absolute URL, which would look like this:

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<img src="" alt="An example image">

Once you’ve added the <img> tag to your web page code, you can save and preview your page to see the results. If everything looks good, you’re done! If not, there are a few things you can try to troubleshoot your code. First, check that the URL of your image is correct.

If it’s not, the browser won’t be able to find your image and will display an error message instead. Second, make sure that the path to your image is correct. If you’re using a relative URL, make sure that the path from your web page to your image is correct.

For example, if your web page is located at and your image is located at https://www.example/images/image1 , then your code should look like this:

<img src="/images/image1" alt="An example image">

Finally, check that the alt text for your image is appropriate and descriptive.

If you’re having trouble adding an image on Wix, check that you’re using the correct HTML code and that the URL for your image is correct. You can also try troubleshooting by checking that the path to your image is correct and that your alt text is appropriate and descriptive.

Kathy McFarland

Kathy McFarland

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