Throughout your Admin Area, you'll find a number of drop zones that let you to upload images to a gallery. You can then access those images from any other drop zone.
You can edit the images globally from within the gallery, or you can edit them locally on the pages you use them on. The edited versions automatically appear in the gallery as separate files.
You can also delete images from the gallery, or from the pages they're used on, and set special page-specific attributes.
The Drop Zone
To add a photo, click and drag it from your device into the drop zone and release it. This action both adds the file to your site's Image Gallery and applies it to the page you're on. You can also press Browse Gallery and either choose an existing image or add a new one. The gallery currently accepts most popular image file formats.
Once you've added a photo, you can add others by repeating the process. If you've added several photos, use the arrow icons on each side to scroll through them. You can also hover over any image to reveal additional options:
- Press the Pinterest icon to pin the image to your Pinterest account.
- Press the pencil icon to access the photo editor.
- Press the i icon to edit image attributes.
- Press the x icon to delete the image from the page you're on. This option doesn't remove the file from the image gallery.
- Press the right arrow to move it to the right in your image set, or the left arrow to move it left.
The Image Gallery
For more information, see "The Image Gallery".
The Photo Editor
For more information, see "The Photo Editor".
Image attribute values are optional. You can set them as you like.
- Title: This value doesn't show up on your storefront by default, but it's available to theme developers who want to program custom display options.
- Description: This value doesn't show up on your storefront by default, but it's available to theme developers who want to program custom display options.
- Alt Text: This value appears when users hover over a photo. It also displays if the photo itself doesn't, and it can help visually-impaired visitors understand what the photo shows.