Demonstration Website

Original Style Gallery for Jobs or Product Listings

The original gallery list presentation is still available and it works particularly well as a product shop or a job board listing, as per the example below.

Notice the small thumbnail pictures are presented in a vertical listing and each picture clicks through to the gallery item detail page.

 

How to Add an Original Style Gallery

  1. Go to 'Galleries' and click the 'List' button, give your gallery a name and click 'Save' at the bottom.

  2. Create your picture gallery in the normal way (upload your gallery photos and then add your gallery items).

  3. To add the gallery to a page, go to 'Menu' and select your named gallery (from 1. above) using the left drop-down menu. That will allow you to assign any gallery to any menu button of your choice.

 

Useful Tips

On the gallery item detail page, you can put more information. For example, you could click through to a text description, or a PayPal payment button, or a contact form.

Each gallery item can represent a separate page on the search engines. For example, a 10 page website with 20 gallery items can represent 30 indexed pages in total on the Google search engine results pages (SERPs).

 

Latest Job Title Goes Here

Short job description goes here.

...more

New Job Title Goes Here

Short job description goes here.

...more

Another Job Title Goes Here

Short job description goes here.

...more

Job Title Goes Here

Short job description goes here.

...more
Mailing List
My Footer Text

In this section, put a short description to summarise your website.

This is the new website 'Footer' and it includes two contact form features, so that people can join your mailing list or get in touch with you.

This is completely new and we have introduce a new section in our website toolkit for you to create a 'Footer'. It sits at the bottom of the screen across the entire website and it comprises of 4 main elements:

1. Logo (a smaller version of your logo which appears at the top of your website).
2. Mailing list contact form.
3. Text area, for you to summarise your website description.
4. Contact form.

You can turn these elements on or off, according to your preference.

Contact Form
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