The main focus of our latest release was on adding support for marking <img> tags as editable, and I must say Phil out did himself on this one. If you haven't tried it yet, you should. Editors will have the option to upload an image from their computer, choose one of the existing images already on the website, or point to an image on another website. Let us know what you think and if you have any ideas on how to make it work better.
We did come across one issue that we've been debating internally. If you mark an <img> as editable and your editor uploads a new image, how do you think it should work. Do you think it should name the new image the same as the old one so that every place that image was referenced on the website gets updated? Or do you think that a new name should be given to the image and only the page the editor is working on gets updated. The first option is useful with things like logos, or template images that appear on a number of pages. The second option is nice if you don't want to lose the image you are editing in case you want to use it again.
We also debated adding both options, but it makes the user interface a little more complicated for the editor. So if both situations would be useful we can choose that option. Let us know if you have any feedback.