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Central Image Library - What does the Central Image Library contain?

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Central Image Library - What does the Central Image Library contain?
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The Central Image Library is a set of images available for use on the College website.

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All of the images have been approved for use.

The images are added and maintained in Contensis by the Design Studio in the Computer Centre Annexe.

The Central Image Library includes images of: :

  • buildings
  • facilities
  • ceremonies
  • student life
  • productions and performances

The images have been sized to fit the various placeholders on the Contensis templates.

If you need to resize an image to use in a component or in the right-hand column you should preview the original image as a pop-up and right click on the image to select 'save as'. Save the image to your computer and upload it to your own Graphics folder. You should then be able to create a variation of the image that can be used in a component.

The Central Image Library folder is located in the Navigator.

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