Insert module does not have any dependencies, but it won't do anything unless
you have at least one File or Image field configured on your site. Both of
these fields are provided by Drupal core.
Copy the insert folder to the modules folder in your installation. Usually
this is modules.
In your Backdrop site, enable the module under Functionality -> Modules
Add or configure a File or Image field under Administer -> Structure ->
Content types -> [type] -> Manage Fields
(admin/structure/types/manage/[type]/fields). Once configuring a field,
there is a new section in the Field options for "Insert". You can then
configure the field to include an Insert button and what templates you would
like to have.
Create a piece of content with the configured field. After uploading a file,
an "Insert" button will appear. Click this button to send the file or image
into the Body field.
Insert should work on multiple fields (the last field that was active will
receive the file), and with most popular WYSIWYG editors.
Insert can be configured to work with non-HTML filters like BBCode or Markdown.
To do this, copy the template file you would like to change from the "templates"
directory to your active theme's directory. Then empty your Backdrop caches.
The Image templates may also be used per Image style. You can copy the
image-insert-image.tpl.php file to your theme directory and then rename it to
image-insert-image--[style-name].tpl.php, where [style-name] is the name of the
Image style. Change underscores to hyphens in the style name.
This project is GPL v2 software. See the LICENSE.txt file in this directory for
Currently seeking maintainers.
Ported to Backdrop by Herb v/d Dool (https://github.com/herbdool/)
This module was originally written for Drupal by Nate Haug (https://drupal.org/project/insert).
This Module Made by Robots: http://www.lullabot.com