[Resolved] Inserting link as a photo caption automatically

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Home Forums Support Inserting link as a photo caption automatically

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  • #922283
    Hasan

    On my single posts I have a full-width photo and some description of the photo. I need to insert a like “License this photo” as a caption of the photo automatically on every post. Is it possible to achieve? Please help!

    #922417
    David
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Hi there,

    so the caption – will this be the same for every post? And where would you want to place the caption?

    #922419
    Hasan

    Hi David,

    Yes, the caption will be the same for every post. It should appear just below the image, as it normally does when we provide a caption with the image on the Gutenberg editor. I’ve manually assigned a caption with the image on this post. It should be the same for all the posts: https://snapbangladesh.com/family-outing-ahsan-manzil-pink-palace-old-dhaka-snap-bangladesh-768/

    #922423
    David
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Just to confirm are you manually adding each image using the Image Block ?

    #922449
    Hasan

    You are correct! I am uploading the images on the media library and adding manually on the post with image block.

    #922451
    David
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Maybe the easiest solution is to create a re-usable block, so add your image block and give it a caption with the link in the block editor. Then click the 3 dot menu on the block toolbar and select Add to Reusable Blocks. Save it with a name.

    Then whenever you create a new post, add that Reusable Block, click the 3 dot menu to convert it to regular block and update the image.

    #922458
    Hasan

    Awesome idea! That would be perfect for me! Thanks!! 🙂

    #922461
    David
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Thats great
    Oh a little tip, if you need it you can select multiple blocks by shift clicking them ( can be a little hit and miss ) and save them as one re-usable block.

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