Step 1 – Navigate to the Galleries > Add New from the WordPress dashboard.
Step 2 – You will see a standard WordPress editor and post creation screen.
Step 3 – You can add a title and description to the gallery. The expected controls for saving it as a draft or publishing it are present.
Step 4 – Just like regular WordPress posts you can use taxonomies.
- Categories: You can select/create categories that describe the type of the gallery.
- Tags: You can select/create the tags for the gallery.
Step 5 – Upload a featured image from the ‘Featured Image’ field. Also, you can define a excerpt from the ‘Excerpt’ field.
Step 6 – Now scroll a little to the bottom of the page and you will see the page settings section. This area contains the page settings and the page management controllers. This area is divided into sections for easier use.
Step 7 – Open the ‘Gallery’ tab in this section. You will see the fields for the gallery management.
- Gallery Photos: You can upload photos to the gallery.
- Gallery Style: You can select a gallery style.
- Client: You can enter a client name.
- Date: You can enter the creation date of the gallery.
- Photographer: You can enter the photographer’s name of the gallery.
- Location: You can enter a location name.
- Model: You can enter the names of the models in the gallery.
- Camera: You can enter a camera name.
- Makeup Artist: You can enter a makeup artist name.
- Extra Details Status: If you have added extra details, you can hide and show them.
- Extra Details: Many details will appear in the details field of the gallery. For example, date, category, photographer, model and many other details. However, you may want to add more or special information here. From here, you can create new information fields.
For all areas where you select the ‘Default’ option, the selection in the theme settings will be used automatically.
With these features, you can visualize your venue and better promote your content.
Step 8 – Now that everything is ready, you can press the ‘Publish’ button to publish your content.