Crop a picture that you want to use in your profile and save the file somewhere on your computer.
From your My Admin page:
The UCF library added the image module to our subscription, which makes it much simpler to include images on your pages.
NOTE: You can't reuse an image from someone else's LibGuides page without first downloading it to your computer and uploading it into your own personal image library within LibGuides. There is not currently a central repository for all of our institution's images within LibGuides, so each guide author needs to load the images into their own personal image library.
If you want to include an image on your page without using LibGuide's image module, you'll need to store the image on a server openly accessible to the Internet and insert html coding to retrieve it each time the page is loaded.
The ALT attribute is designed to be an alternative text description for images and is required so that users who cannot view an image still get a brief description.
It's also helpful to put a brief description of the picture either as the box title or as a line of text above or below the picture. And it's usually a good idea to provide a source attribution for the image.
NOTE: You can use title= instead of alt=. The difference is that the description in title= will display on a mouseover with all browsers, but the description in alt= will not display on a mouseover with some versions of some browsers.
If you're using an image as a link, but you don't want the edge of the picture to have a colored link border around it, edit the html to add border="0", e.g., change
img src="http://lgimages.s3.amazonaws.com/data/imagemanager/8757/the_white_house.jpg" alt="The White House"
img src="http://lgimages.s3.amazonaws.com/data/imagemanager/8757/the_white_house.jpg" alt="The White House" border="0"