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Last Updated: January 25, 2016

Catablog Gallery Basic Tutorial Part 1 helps you setup a basic gallery, add some categories and view your catalog online. Because of the amount of images used I have decide to break it down into parts i.e. part 1, part 2 etc.

Revision Update: I have added another link to the menu.

Catablog is a WordPress plugin, which is simple to configure and at the same time a very powerful plugin. You can create image galleries, group them by categories, add them to a gallery and even create a shopping cart.

CataBlog Gallery Basic Tutorial Part 1 Steps

Step 1 ) The following image CataBlog Galleries allows you to create a gallery. This will allow you to group the images into galleries.

  • Type a name and click on Make New Gallery

catablog-create-gallery

Step 2 ) The following image Edit CataBlog Gallery allows you to edit the following options.

  • Title
  • Description
  • Click on Save Changes or click on back to galleries link

catablog-gallery-description

Step 3 ) Once you have created your gallery, you can assign as many images as you want. In this example I have assigned 3 images. See image below.

catablog-select-all-images-new

Step 4 ) Select your gallery from the drop down menu and click on Apply. See image below.

catablog-apply-to-gallery

Step 5 ) The following image Add Catalog Item’s To Gallery displays all the galleries from the drop down menu. Select the gallery you wish to add your images too. In this example I selected frontierville.

catablog-select-gallery-new

Step 6 ) The following image shows you the gallery shortcode you can use to display the gallery.

  • [ catablog_gallery id=”57″ ] (Remember your shortcode id might be different)

catablog-gallery-shortcode-new

Click on Category Basic Tutorial to continue with the basic settings.

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

Enjoy

For more CataBlog tutorials check the following Link

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

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