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Embedding Images

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    How to insert an image

     

    1. Scroll-over “Images” or “Files” and click on “attach file or image” at the bottom of a Topsan protein page. 

     

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    2. Select and attach your image of choice. Supported files formats include .tiff .png .pict .jpeg and .gif. Flash uploader allows uploading of several images simultaneously.


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    3. Reload the page to view your uploads. You can sort your images by name, description or order of upload.Below each file, the scroll-down menu “Actions” allows you to move or delete the file. The option “Set description” allows you to add descriptors to each uploaded file.

     

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    4. Start editing your protein page (Edit Protein/Protein Summary, at the top of the page). From within the Protein Summary text box, click on the “Insert Picture” icon:

     

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    Select the picture you wish to upload. There are a number of formatting options, including resizing the image, text wrapping etc. 

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    You can also insert a movie from a given URL using the “Video” icon:

     

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