Managing Galleries

As gal­leries are at the core func­tion­al­i­ty of our theme, we’ve pre­pared a straight­for­ward man­age­ment sys­tem, which will empow­er you to man­age and enhance your work through gal­leries, in no time. You can add new gal­leries from Gal­leries → Add New page.

All you have to do in order to enrich your gallery with images is to click on Add Image and a modal win­dow will show up (the Media Uploader). Here you can Drag & Drop images from your com­put­er or add already uploaded images to the gallery.

*Note: In the same modal win­dow, after adding images you can drag & drop them to change their order.

Every image from a gallery can behave as a hold­er of a YouTube or Vimeo video.

From the edit gallery modal win­dow, when select­ing an image, an option­al Video URL input field will appear in the right side­bar. There you can paste a YouTube/Vimeo URL along with choos­ing if you want to Enable Video Auto­play option.

Note that image will open the video in a modal if is in a Gallery Grid or Mason­ry Tem­plate. If it’s in a slid­er, the video will be shown as a slide.

While you are still in the edit gallery modal, you should know that an image can also act as an exter­nal link. Which means that when you’ll click on the image it will open a new tab with the attached URL.

Well, this was a long one, right? Nonethe­less, this is the back­bone of so we have put most of our effort into it. We hope you enjoy the tools we have devised to help you beau­ti­ful­ly show­case your awe­some cre­ations.

Addi­tion­al Read­ing:

This article applies to Border, and Lens as they share the same underlying structure.

Updated on May 3, 2017

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