Add stock photos
Websites are becoming more and more demanding, both in terms of design and image quality. In this article, we'll show you how to add stock images from two of the most popular stock photo sites to Sitejet with just a few clicks. Using this method saves you time by eliminating the need for downloading stock images from Adobe Stock or Shutterstock and uploading them to Sitejet manually.
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High-quality images can be very expensive if you make them yourself: models, a professional photographer, the subsequent image editing—it all adds up. That's why stock photos have become so popular in recent years. These are licensed professional images that can be purchased and used on your website.
For this, there are many sites that offer professional and amateur photography for different prices. Two of the best-known sites selling stock photos are "Shutterstock" and "Adobe Stock".
Add stock photos
With Sitejet, you don't have to download and upload stock photos to use them in your website project, since our platform allows you to retrieve them directly from two of the most popular stock photo websites. Please be aware that you still need to have a paid license with either of these platforms to connect it to Sitejet.
You can connect your Adobe Stock or Shutterstock accounts by clicking on Manage Team in the top menu of the Website Manager > Webhooks and scrolling down to Stockphoto Accounts:
Once you have connected your account(s) to Sitejet, you can access images from these portals directly from within the File Manager.
To access the File Manager, follow the steps below:
Click on "More" in the top right corner of the Website Builder
By clicking on the "Adobe Stock import" or "Shutterstock import" tabs, you can automatically load the image into the File Manager using the respective stock photo ID.
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