Sep 282014

WP Photo Seller Album Settings tutorial will show you how to create or edit an album, enable certain features, sort albums by order and more.

Last Updated: September 8, 2021

Latest News: Updated the documentation.

WP Photo Seller plugin has an Album feature that can help with categorizing your photo galleries (if you have a lot of galleries). Under an Album you can add as many photo galleries you want to and display them in one Album like a category.

The following tutorials shows you to enable the album creation in the settings and how to create or edit albums.

What you need:

  • WP Photo Seller (Note: This is an affiliated link = I get a small commission if you make a purchase.)

WP Photo Seller Album Settings

Step 1 ) Go to WP Photo Seller -> Album to create or edit an album.

Note: You must Enable Album Feature: as illustrated in the following image if you want to create albums on your site.

General Album Settings

  • Enable Album Feature:
  • Album Selection Template:
  • Click on Save Settings button once you have completed the settings.


Step 2 ) Once you enable and save the settings above, you will see Create New Album Button as illustrated in the following image.


Create/Edit Album

Step 3 ) The following image Create/Edit Album allows you to set up the following options.

Create/Edit Album Options

  • Album Name:
  • Album Thumbnail URL:
  • Sort Order Of Album Contents:
  • Select Galleries
  • Hide This Album On Front End:
  • Click on Save Album button once you complete your set up.


Sort Order Of Album Contents

Step 4 ) The following image Sort Order Of Album Contents allows you to select from the following options.

Sort Order Of Album Contents Options

  • By ID Ascending
  • By ID Descending
  • By Date Ascending
  • By Date Descending
  • By Name Ascending
  • By Name Descending



Click on the following link Admin Functions to complete the tutorial.

I will be updating this post from time to time. So keep coming back for more.


WP Photo Seller Tutorials

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