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Q. How do I add an image to my What’s On listing?

A. Only the top level What’s On listing (Class H) permits the addition of images.
The important thing to know is that images need to be uploaded to your personal store on the PUK site before you will be able to insert them into the What’s On listing Submission Form.
The first thing to do is to make sure that your image is no more than 200 pixels wide otherwise it will squeeze your text and distort the page.
Use Jpeg or gif format - not tif because of downloading problems.
To save downloading time further, reduce to around 10Kb.

Adding image to personal store:
After logging in to main menu, click on ‘Manage image collection’. Then click ‘Browse’ to locate the image on your computer. Select it and close box. The file name will now appear in the PUK box next to the browse button, click ‘Add’.
If you are adding more than one image, then repeat the above now. Then click ‘main menu’.

Transferring the image from your personal store to an existing directory entry:
At the main menu click ‘Edit/Remove What’s On entry’, and then Update, and chose your current entry at the top of the list to take you to your original submission form. Click on the dropdown arrow adjacent to ‘Picture or Logo’ box and select the image you wish to add
install which will then appear in the box. Scroll down and click preview button at the bottom. If all is OK click submit, otherwise return and edit further.

Suggestion: Print this out for reference by selecting the text and then print selection.


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