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How to Add a Gallery Module
How to Add a Gallery Module
Here’s a quick guide on how you can add a striking photo gallery to your website.
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Login to your Bookmark account, and select the website you would like to edit.

Once you’re in the Bookmark builder, select the Modules button from the tab on the left.

Find the Photo Gallery module, and click and drag it to the preferred area of your website, dropping it where a black guideline appears. When you drop it on your page the gallery template options will automatically open and you can choose the template you like best. You also have the options to choose whether you want the gallery to ‘Open in Lightbox’ , to ‘Show Play button’ and the option to ‘Enable Pinterest’.

Then, you can add each image from your MyDrive by double-clicking the photos you want to highlight in your gallery.

You can also add image titles, descriptions, and add a link to a URL or a page. To remove an image from the Gallery, click the X at the top right corner of the image.

Another thing you can play with in the gallery is the order of the images. So you can just click, hold and drag and drop the images in the order you prefer.

Once you've added your images, make sure you save your changes.

After you've added your images, you can edit your gallery module on your webpage by clicking the module to access the editing options. These options include adjusting the padding and style, adding a play button, enabling Pinterest integrations, opening images in Lightbox, and showing the image description.

You can also animate your gallery, and of course, you can change the images you've selected.

Once you've made all your changes and you have a polished and beautiful gallery on your website, save your changes, and you're all set to go!

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