You can set an image that illustrates the content of your website, its specific page, or a blog post.

You can add a link preview image via:

General website settings

You can access the general website settings via the editor:

Here, you can set a link preview image for your homepage. Simply click Add image and upload your file. The recommended preview image size is 1200 × 630 px. Once you add an image, save the changes and update your website.

SEO settings

You can access the SEO settings via the editor:

Here, you can set link preview images for each of your website pages. Simply click Add image and upload your file. The recommended preview image size is 1200 × 630 px. Once you add images, save the changes and update your website.

Blog post settings

To set a featured image for your blog post:

1. Open the Blog from the toolbar on the left.

2. Find the post you want to edit, click on the three dots next to it and open the Settings.

3. Go to the Featured image tab and click Replace image.

4. Select an image from the library or upload a new one. Note: The recommended aspect ratio for a blog post cover image is 5:3 (width:height). How to resize images to correct aspect ratio?

5. Save the changes and don't forget to update your website.

Troubleshoot a link preview image

Keep in mind that the change is not immediate – it can take up to several hours for the link preview image to be updated. However, make sure that:

  • The uploaded file is not too large nor too small:

    • The recommended preview image size is 1200 × 630 px.

    • The max file size is 2 MB.

  • You uploaded the file in the supported format: .png or .jpg.

  • The editor isn’t open in multiple browser tabs/devices simultaneously.

We also recommend you update your website again.

Lastly (and it's most often the best solution), clear the cache of the service where you're trying to share your website by using these debugger tools:

For example, if you're sharing your website on Facebook:

1. Open this tool.

2. Insert the URL of your website, page, or blog post.

3. Click Debug and check if the correct image is showing there.

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