Gallery

Overview

Your Gallery is a place for you to display up to four images of your choice, onto which you can add text and links to other pages.

These images are a great place to put testimonials, members of your team, or photos of where your products are sourced from - the sky's the limit! This section is highly versatile and simply to construct.

Example of a gallery section.

Steps

  1. Within your Shopify admin, go to Sales Channels > Online Store > Themes.

  2. Click your theme, and select Customize.

  3. On the left-hand menu, select Add section.

  4. Scroll down to select Gallery.

  5. Click Select.

Add section > Gallery

Content

Adding a Content Block

Under Gallery > Content, you will be able to see Image content blocks on the left-hand menu.

By selecting Add image, you can feature up to four content blocks to house images within your gallery.

Adding an extra content block.

Moving Content Blocks

You can drag and drop these content blocks to change the order that these images appear within your gallery.

Moving the images around by dragging and dropping the content blocks.

Adding an Image

To add an image, select one of the Image content blocks, and click Select image.

Upload a new image, or select a pre-existing image from your Library or Shopify's Free Images.

Adding an image to your content blocks.

Linking Your Image

To link your image to another page, click the Link entry field and select a page from the menu - alternatively, you can paste a URL.

Adding a link to your image.

Adding a Title

You also have the option to use the Title entry field to signify what your image represents.

Adding a title to your gallery image.

Adding a Description

To explain what your image represents, you have the option to add a Description by typing it into the entry field.

Adding a description to your image.

Color Scheme

You can change the colors of your gallery by choosing one of the following options from the Color Scheme drop-down menu:

  • White

  • Light

  • Feature

  • Dark

Changing the color scheme of your gallery.