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(New editor) How to put text to the image?
(New editor) How to put text to the image?

In this article, you can check 3 ways on how to add text on the image in Stripo editor.

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Written by Artur Chernorot
Updated over a week ago

This article will be useful if you want to make your emails more expressive.

We have 3 options to put text on the image, and we will look at them in this article:

1. Use the banner block:

  • Upload an image to the "banner" block and add the text from the top panel to it;

2. Use a picture in the background:

  • Add the "text" block, turn on the background image of the structure, and upload your image;

Please be sure that your image is wide enough! The image must fit the dimensions of the structure itself (its width and height). Otherwise, the image will be non-responsive.

But don't be scared if you see only a small part of the image:

  • Add a dynamic spacer (block "Spacer", turn on the "Spacer mode: Space";

  • Drop it over and under the text block, and stretch it).

It is important to mention that using a picture as a background is not always a good option. For example, the Outlook email client has some problems displaying background images.

We would like to advise you to read our article for more details.

Also, the background image cannot be responsive for mobile since the screen on the mobile is much narrower than on the desktop, and only part of the background is visible.

3. Use an image block and make changes by editing an image itself:

  • Add the "Image" block for this function and make changes by editing the image itself. To do so, please click on the "Edit Image" button;

  • After that, the image editor will be opened. Add some text and save the changes.

Please be informed that after saving the picture, you won't be able to change it.

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