- Minimum image dimensions are: 700 x 490 pixels for property & accommodation pictures; 600x80 pixels for the header logo (smaller size image will be stretch to fit, for better results upload the image in higher resolution than mentioned).
- These images are used for mybookings only and will not be sent to any OTAs.
- PNG or JPG image files are recommended.
- We do not recommend image files larger than 3 MB as they can cause loading problems for guests with slower internet connections.
Image dimensions: 700 x 490 pixels
- Click the 'Manage' gear icon
- Go to 'Accommodation Types'
- Click 'Upload Image'
- Drag and Drop your files or click to browse the file to upload
- Click 'Done' when you are finish selecting images
The system will show the size and dimensions of your picture.
Note: We recommend that your image size is not above 3 MB, as larger image files can cause your booking engine to load slower for customers with a weaker internet connection.
6. On this step you can:
- Crop the image by hovering over it and selecting 'Edit Image'
- Delete the image by hovering over it and selecting 'Delete'
7. Once you finish, click 'Save and Continue'
8. Once a photo has been added, you can hover over the image to:
- Crop or remove the image
- Add 'Alt-Text'
Check out this article to learn more about Alt-Text: What is Alt-Text and how to use it
- Remember to click the 'SAVE' button to save all changes.
Image dimensions: property image (700x490px); header logo (600x80px)
- Click on the 'Manage' gear icon
- Go to 'Property Profile'
On this page you can:
- Upload the header logo (this banner will appear at the top when printing any page in the system)
- Upload your property photos
Follow the same process above to add, edit, crop, delete or add 'Alt-text' to your property profile photos.
Most of the time, the photo appears sideways because it is being viewed on a computer with a program to automatically rotate the image for viewing, but not actually saving the image in the rotated state.
You can fix this by opening the image in a photo edit program (example: Microsoft Paint, photoshop, etc), rotating the image, and then uploading it again. The image will then appear in the desired orientation.