Magento Commerce, 2.0.11

Magento 2.0.18 is the final 2.0.x release. After March 2018, Magento 2.0.x will no longer receive security patches, quality fixes, or documentation updates. To maintain your site's performance, security, and PCIPayment Card Industry: Refers to debit and credit cards and their associated businesses. compliance, upgrade to the latest version of Magento.

Media Storage

Media storage helps you organize and gain access to media files that are stored on the server. The path to the location of the files is determined by the Base URL configuration. Files in media storageA dedicated space on the content delivery network for your store's assets. can be accessed from the editor while working on pages and static blocks. Media storage is usually located in the file system on the same server as the Magento program files. Alternatively, the files can be managed in a database, or located on a separate server or content delivery network.


Media Storage

To upload an image to media storage:

1. In the directory tree on the left, navigate to the folder where the image will be stored. If necessary, press the right mouse button, and create any new folders that are needed.
2. From the editor, do the following:
a. Tap  Browse Files . Navigate to the file on your computer, and select it. Then, tap  Open to copy the file name to Media Storage.
b. Tap  Upload File  to upload the the image to Media Storage.
3. To link the image to a file, click to select the image. Then, tap  Insert File .
4. To complete the Alt tag, place the cursor between the double-quotes, and enter the alt textThe text that is displayed in place of an image when the user is unable to view the image..
5. To see the image in WYSIWYGWhat You See Is What You Get: An editor that displays formatted text as it will appear in its final published form. mode, tap  Show / Hide Editor .