Add Block Images

On this page, you’ll learn:

  • The structure of the AsciiDoc block image macro.

  • How to insert a block image using its resource ID.

AsciiDoc block image macro

A block image is displayed as a discrete element on a site page.

This is a paragraph.

image::resource-id[optional attribute,optional attribute]

This is another paragraph.

On its own line, enter the image macro name and two colons (image::), followed by the resource ID of the target resource file. To complete the macro, type a set of square brackets ([]) directly after the resource ID. You can specify a comma-separated list of attributes inside the square brackets or leave them empty.

When referencing an image, you don’t need to include the image$ family coordinate in its resource ID. It’s applied automatically at runtime when a resource ID is entered into an AsciiDoc image macro.

Embed a block image

The example below assumes that the image and page belong to the same component version and module. Only the resource coordinate of the target resource file needs to be entered in the resource ID when the current page and target file belong to the same component version and module.

  1. On a new line, enter the macro’s name followed by two colons, image::. Make sure there is a blank line between the previous element, such as a paragraph or source block, and the line where you place the image macro.

    This is a paragraph.
  2. Enter the resource ID of the target image file directly after the two colons.

  3. Complete the macro with a set of square brackets ([]).

  4. Press kbd:[Enter] twice after the last square bracket (]) to insert a new line after the image macro.

    This is a paragraph.
    This is another paragraph.

Learn more

To learn how to embed images that belong to other modules, docs components, and versions, see Image resource ID examples.