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You can now define styles for images in the same way as for paragraphs and tables. And just as with paragraphs and tables, changing the image style definition changes the formatting for all images tagged with the style.


Image styles can also be used for image toggles and video placeholders

Note that image styles can be applied to image toggles and the placeholders for videos and online media.

Image style settings

Image styles can include these settings. The width and height settings allow you to create a class of images that match exactly in your output.

Responsive or fixed width:

We recommend always using the responsive width setting (% of page width). This makes your images adjust to the browser or viewer window in HTML formats, or to the page width on publishing in PDF and Word files. In both cases this prevents your images from breaking your layout.

Responsive images in tables:
Note that when an image is in a table the % width is relative to the table cell, not to the page.

Fixed height:

This sets all the images to the same absolute height in pixels. You cannot combine this with a width setting. You must set either the width, or the height.


Apply a border around all images formatted with the style.

Caption alignment:

Align the image caption left, centered or right.

Note on image styles in Word export

Image styles in Word DOCX export can have borders, but they cannot include rounded corners or an offset between the image and the border. This is a restriction of the style settings available in Word.