In Post and Page’s editor pane, you can easily see the Add Media button just above the edit buttons, which is the button where we can insert digital file types (images, music, videos, …) into the content. By default, WordPress supports you to upload files directly from your computer to the website and this file will be saved on the host (read more in the following section), or you can insert an image from Url.
And this is the interface displayed after clicking the Add Image button
Here I encourage you to upload files directly to the host (except for files that are too heavy with a size larger than 10MB because it will consume bandwidth for the host later) because you can easily manage and reuse again, as well as the download speed of the website will be better because of synchronization with the speed.
Try uploading an image by clicking the Select Files button (or dragging and dropping the file into the space of that window), you can also upload multiple files at once.
After uploading, the image is ready to be inserted by displaying the interface as follows:
You can click on the image and use the tool to edit the inserted image information.
If you want to write a description for the image to display in the content, enter the description in the Caption while editing / inserting the image.
In this article, you can insert any file or image to the content in your WordPress website. In the next section of this tutorial, I will tell you about where to save these files so you can easily manage them in a more professional way.