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Last Updated: January 25, 2016

CataBlog Category Basic Tutorial helps you setup categories so you can better group the images into different categories.

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CataBlog Category Basic Tutorial Steps

Step 1 ) In this example I will be creating different categories to better organize the different type of images. See images below.

Important: By default CataBlog adds a default category Uncategorized. Make sure that when you start adding new categories you uncheck the default category for every new item you add. 

catablog-image-category

Step 2 ) If you cannot see your category or other information, click on the Screen Options on your top right hand corner.

catablog-screen-option

Step 3 ) Select what you want to show on your screen and the amount of Catalog items, make sure that you click on Apply for the amount of items. catablog-show-on-screen

Step 4 ) The following image shows you how to group your images by Categories. In this example I created three categories. I assigned all the images to category zynga1.

  • zynga1
  • zynga2
  • zynga3

catablog-category-list

Step 5 ) Add the following shortcode to your page to view the end result. See image below.

  • [ catablog template=”gallery” category=”zynga1″ ]

Step 6 ) The image below shows you all the images that belong to category zynga1.

catablog-view-page-online

Click on Options Part 1 to continue with the basic settings

If you have any questions or suggestions please let me know.

Enjoy

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Manuel Ballesta RuizManuel Ballesta Ruiz is a web developer, Blogger and WordPress Enthusiast.

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