Documentation, Reference Materials and Tutorials for Envira Gallery
Envira makes it easy for you to create beautiful galleries for your site, and with it’s bulk edit functionality you can just as easily edit multiple gallery images in a single step.
You’ll find this especially useful if you want to link multiple images to the same URL (such as your Facebook page) or add multiple tags to several images when using our Tags Add-on.
Step 1: Edit Your Envira Gallery
Choose the gallery you want to edit from the Gallery list screen.
Step 2: Select your images
Select the images in your gallery you wish to edit by just clicking on the images you want. As you select your images, each image will appear with a green border as well as a green checkmark to give you a visual indication that you have selected that image.
Once you have selected your images, simply choose from the following on what you would like to do with those selected images:
- Edit Selected Images
- Move Selected Images to another Gallery
- Delete Selected Images from Gallery
For the purpose of this demonstration, we are going to be editing our images to add a url and tags, so we will select ‘Edit Selected Images‘.
Step 3: Click ‘Edit Selected Images’
When you click the ‘Edit Selected Images’ button, a pop-up window will appear with all of your images you have selected as thumbnails.
From this screen you can give each image you’ve selected the same title, caption, alt text, url, open in a new window option and tags. When you complete the metadata on the left and click ‘Save Metadata’, the same metadata will applied to all of the images you have selected.
Step 4: Update Gallery
Finally, to save the new metadata on your images, select the Update button for your gallery.
Q: Can I also bulk move and bulk delete gallery images?
A: The same process can be completed to move images from one gallery to the another or completely deleting the images from the gallery by repeating the above Steps 1 and 2, then clicking either the ‘Move Selected Images to another Gallery’ or ‘Delete Selected Images from Gallery’.