The Images module makes your content look natural - and combined with scraping features - automated. (and hey, when's the last time you saw a webpage without images?)

Basic Usage (1 of 2)

  1. Enter your image URLs in the Images field.

  2. Optionally add alt-text (or import from the Headers module, see how here)

  3. Click "OK" to save.

  4. Re-apply the module(s)!

Basic Usage (2 of 2)

If you have Starter or above you have access to Automatic Image Scraping. (Read more about that here)


  2. Choose the amount you'd like (between 10 and 100)

  3. After the dialog pops up, choose the images you'd like and if you'd like the alt-text too

  4. Click Import Images at the bottom-right of the dialog

  5. Click "OK" to save.

  6. Re-apply the module(s)!


A common practice (and best practice) is adding alt-text that describes the images. We can use this to put keywords in, too.

You can enter Spintax (or import from the Headers module, see how here) or leave it blank. If you do put text in, we'll automatically add Google Microdata (Schema) to the images (you can disable this with "Disable auto-schema" if your publishing platform doesn't support it.)

Images to Include

Choose the minimum/maximum number of images to be included in the article.
If they are both the same number, a fixed amount will always be included.

Image Alignment

Choosing left, centre, right and random will align the images between paragraphs as chosen. However, a natural way to place images is aligned within the text. We can accomplish this by checking "Align images to text" and choosing the alignment.

Here's an example of the difference between aligned and non-aligned:

Aligned Left:

Non-aligned Left:

I hope this helps! If you have any other questions don't hesitate to chat to us or email us at

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