This feature is best used for single size image cover pages, adverts, section pages or features you are unable to create in the existing article template.
To add a Full Page Image go to Full Page Images from the Dashboard left menu.
Select Add Full Page Image to create a new one.
Add a page title.
Press the grey button '+ Add Media'. This will take you to the Media Library, Select or upload the image you would like to display.
Recommended image spec (may vary on customised Pugpig web readers) for covers and adverts which are trying to replicate A4 print ratios: 1536px (width) x 2048px (height), 72 resolution
Press the blue 'Select' button bottom right, to confirm your selection.
If a Hyperlink is required for your image place this in the 'Link' field (ideal for adverts).
Adding relevant content into "Search Text" will improve search ability via Pugpig app search.
Enter your preferred hex colour in "Background Colour".
Selecting "Fullwidth" with fit the image to full size OR don't select and more of the image will be visible at once and the image will scale proportionally to fit the device it's displaying on
Choose if you would like this to appear in the Table of Contents. Tick the 'Hide from ToC' Box (this is preferred for adverts) to hide.
Within the 'Table of Contents' section, you can add specific table of content image and headline which will show presuming you don't have the above "Hide from ToC" selected.
Within the 'Contents Page' section, select how you would like this page to be displayed on the contents page also.
Standard -This article will appear in the ordered list of contents articles.
Hero -This article will appear as the lead on the contents page.
Hidden -There will be no reference to this article on the contents page.
You can also add a specfic image, headline, standfirst and author for the content page if you'd like it to vary from the page content.
Now associate this Article with an edition by ticking the Editions you want it to appear in via the Edition Tags field far right. This can be multiple editions if required.
In the Sections field associate this article with its appropriate section.
To view this article, click ‘Publish’ to save the post and then‘Preview Changes’. A new tab will be launched showing the article you have created.