Creating a Gallery to Showcase Multiple Galleries in Divi
By Divi Dude
F rustrated. That’s how I felt when I first started trying to create multiple galleries in Divi. Sure, there were plenty of Divi tutorials on how to create one gallery. But what I couldn’t find was how to create a gallery that has thumbnails of other galleries. Say for instance you’re a photographer who wants to showcase photos of food, models and landscapes. You’d probably want to separate them into their own galleries and not just display them willy-nilly next to each other … It took me forever to figure out how to use a combination of projects and portfolio in Divi to do this.
A little ways down you’ll find a video describing how to do this. But for those of you who would rather read than watch a video, let me break it down how to create multiple galleries in Divi:
- Create a new project. (not post, not page, but project).
- Insert full row.
- Insert the gallery module. Choose grid as your layout setting.
- Click “Add to Gallery”. Upload your photos. Set the rest of your settings how you would for any gallery. Save & exit.
- Add a new project category, or pick already created category.
- Set the feature image (this will be the image displayed in the thumbnail).
- Make any style changes to your settings module you want.
- Click “Publish” button.
- Add a new page.
- Insert column – Full row.
- Insert the portfolio module. Number of posts = how many galleries you want to include.
- Choose the categories you want to include.
- Choose the rest of the settings you want for the module.
- Save and exit.
- Make final settings to your section module, if you want.
Video Tutorial for Creating Multiple Galleries
Now it’s quite simple. So simple I created a video to explain how to do it.
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