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How Do I Make an Image Fit in Wix?

Last updated on September 30, 2022 @ 8:59 pm

If you’re looking to add an image to your Wix website, there are a few things you’ll need to do to ensure it looks its best. First, make sure the image is the right size.

Wix supports images up to 4000px wide, so unless you’re looking to use a full-width image, you’ll need to resize it accordingly. You can do this in most image editing software, or even in Wix itself.


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Once you have the image at the right size, open up the Wix editor and click on the “Add” button in the left sidebar. From here, select “Image” and then choose whether you want to upload an image from your computer or use one from a URL.

PRO TIP: If you are using Wix to create a website, you may want to know how to make an image fit in Wix. This can be done by using the Wix editor. However, you should be aware that there are some limitations to how you can edit images in Wix. For example, you cannot resize or crop images in Wix. This means that if your image is not the right size or shape, it may not look good on your website.

If you’re using your own image, click on the “Upload Image” button and select the file from your computer. If you’re using an image from a URL, simply paste the link into the provided field.

Once you’ve added the image, you can then adjust its size and position on the page as well as add some basic styling options like borders and shadows. If you want more control over how the image looks, you can click on the “Edit Image” button and use Wix’s built-in image editor. Here you can crop, rotate, and adjust the brightness and contrast of your image as well as add filters and effects.

When you’re happy with how your image looks, click on the “Save” button and it will be added to your page.

Morgan Bash

Morgan Bash

Technology enthusiast and Co-Founder of Women Coders SF.