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Remove Intro Page?

  • 1 September 2020
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Is there a way to remove that intro page on galleries? It’s a senseless step, imo.

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Best answer by Megan 1 September 2020, 21:38

Hi @lisarigdon! The intro page cannot be removed, because it is the page where email addresses are collected and passwords are entered. If your gallery is fully public & you don’t collect visitor email addresses, I can see where it wouldn’t be entirely necessary, alas, it’s still going to be there. Is there a reason you don’t collect the email addresses of your gallery visitors?

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Hi @lisarigdon! The intro page cannot be removed, because it is the page where email addresses are collected and passwords are entered. If your gallery is fully public & you don’t collect visitor email addresses, I can see where it wouldn’t be entirely necessary, alas, it’s still going to be there. Is there a reason you don’t collect the email addresses of your gallery visitors?

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@Megan We do a lot of action photography, and it’s just not important to me. Honestly, I hate when I have to input my email address to gain access to something, so I don’t ask others to do it. We’re in the process of trying out other providers due to Zenfolio’s recent downtime issues. Zenfolio and Pixieset both allow me to not have an intro page. However, your layout more closely resembles our current Zen layout, so it’s more preferable. The intro page is not a deal breaker for me, I just thought it would be nice if there was an option to disable it.

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That makes sense, and we’re glad you’re checking out ShootProof! One of the thing I appreciate about entering the email into the gallery is the Gallery Visitors report- ShootProof gathers information for you when a client views your gallery so that you can see if they added items to their cart, selected favorites, or placed an order.  If you want to see it for yourself, go to Reports> Gallery Visitors.

You can also target gallery visitors with a follow up email campaign. Check out this video to see more about that. 

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