• Easy drag and drop image insertion
  • Set image alignment
  • Apply image sizing: Normal, upscale to 100%, or set max-width
  • Use placeholder image for page layout
  • Add Instagram-style image filters
  • Apply image border shapes
  • Add Tooltips*
  • Add links to your images

*Note: You must enable Tooltips in the Theme variations for the Foundry theme to use Tooltips on a page.


Upscale to 100%

Rounded corners

Aden Filter
Early Bird Filter

Tooltip Bottom
Tooltip Right

Using Image


Drag-and-drop your image into the image drop zone.

Choose from four different image styles: Standard, Rounded, Circular, Thumbnail.

Allows you to set the justification of your image. You can set the alignment to Left, Center or Right.

Remove Base Margin
Allows you to disable the preset standard spacing that is applied to the bottom of the Image stack.

Image Shadow

Allows you to enable / disable drop shadows for your image.

Disable at Mobile Breakpoint
Used to eliminate the drop shadow on mobile devices.

Vertical Offset
Set the distance you wish for the shadow to go in the vertical direction. You are able to set a different distance for this offset at each of the breakpoints. You can use either positive or negative numbers for the offset values.

Horizontal Offset
Set the distance you wish for the shadow to go in the horizontal direction. You are able to set a different distance for this offset at each of the breakpoints. You can use either positive or negative numbers for the offset values.

Use this setting to adjust the size of the drop shadow at each of the three breakpoints.

You are able to adjust the color of your drop shadow to match your site’s styling. You can also use the opacity slider to adjust the shadow’s density.

  • Please Note: Drop Shadows may be cropped by parent stacks. This is because, for good reason, stacks inheriently have their overflowing items set to be hidden. You may enable the Allow Overflow option in the Advanced section to address this.

Image Filter

This feature uses modern CSS techniques and is compatible with more modern browsers.

You can opt to apply a CSS-based image filter to your image to give it a bit of an Instagram-esque look. You can choose from over 20 different filter types.


Image Sizing
This feature allows you to choose how Foundry displays your image when it comes to responsive sizing. You can choose to have the image display normally, as-is and only scale downwards when the image would otherwise begin to overflow the bounds of its parent container or you can choose one of the following:

  • Upscale to 100%: Forces the image to scale itself past its original size, enlarging itself to fill out the entire width of its parent container.
  • Max-Width: Set a maximum width for your image. The image will never scale up beyond this value but will still responsively scale downwards to ensure it fits within the bound of its parent container.

Add Link
Enables you to add a link to your image that goes to an internal page, or an external site.

Alt. Tag.
Provides you a way to add an Alt. Tag to your image. The alt tag is used in HTML to specify alternative text that is rendered when the element to which it is applied cannot be displayed. It is also used by "screen reader" software so that a person who is listening to the content of a webpage (for instance, a person who is blind) can interact with this element.

Allow Overflow on Parent Stacks
Enabling this feature will set the Overflow value of all parent stacks to Visible. This will allow elements, such as drop shadows to be properly shown. This is in the Advanced section due to the fact that setting Overflow to Visible may, in rare corner cases, have an undesired effect on some stacks.

Add a popup tooltip to your Button. These can be enabled on a per-icon basis. You can then set the tooltip text and its location, which can be set to either bottom, top, left or right.

  • Please Note: For Tooltips to work you must enable Tooltips in the Theme Vairations within the Foundry theme's settings!

Placeholder Image
You can opt to use a placeholder image instead of a real image, for mocking up your site. This is good for the early stages of designing your site when you’ve not yet settled on artwork. You can define an height and width for the image, but do note that the placeholder image will be responsively scaled as any other image on your site would be.

  • Please Note: Be sure to replace ALL placeholder images on your site with real image before making your site live to the public!
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