An album grid allows you to add several albums within the same block on your website.
Adding an Album Grid
From the Website Builder, go to the page where you would like to create the album grid. Now, click the “+” icon below the block where you’d like to add it.
From the Blocks menu, select Galleries.
This option allows you to add as many albums as you like. Each album will be created as a subpage on your website.
Choose the theme and select the albums you want to include by clicking the checkboxes.
You can also create a new album here and add photos. Click the Create New Album button at the top and either drag and drop them directly into the album, or upload from your computer.
Add a name to your album and adjust the privacy settings if needed.
Customizing the Album Grid Layout
Once the albums are added, you can change or edit the layout by clicking Change Albums or Sync Album Order with Organizer. This option means you can change the order of the albums in the organizer and then apply these changes to your website by syncing it here.
If you want to remove albums, click Change Albums again and click the red Remove button from the albums you want to remove from the checklist. Or, delete the whole lot with Delete Album Block.
The name of the album will be automatically added to the website menu.
Edit the page title so it matches the menu list item and make any other changes you would like to the page using the settings.
If you prefer your album thumbnails to act as pages, rather than having them on the menu tab, you can change that in the page settings. Scroll down to the Behavior setting and select Label.
Customizing the Individual Album Subpages
Each album within your album grid has its own subpage on the menu. Click the menu item to edit that individual page. From here, you can add a page title or change the layout of the album.
Rearrange your photos on each of the subpages so you have them displayed exactly how you want. Choose from the different layout options, such as changing the number of columns or the grid style.