Adding a background picture to your homepage.

  • 10 June 2021
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I am almost done with setting this up and wanted to add a background picture to the homepage, but see no options. Is there a way to get one on the homepage to complete the look, or is it meant to be plain? 

Thank you! 

  Tracy

KarenClouse 3 months ago

@PhilipNation Ah, I see! The idea behind the home page is to have multiple galleries or categories. I wonder if you might create categories like, “lighthouses”, “flowers”, “waterfalls”. That way your homepage will look a little less plain. Once a client clicks on the category, the gallery will open up with the cover photo. Or, as you said, just send them to the gallery itself, rather than your homepage :)

Let me know if I can help in any other way!

 

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Hi @Misiteck! The Homepage will only display the Gallery or Category cover images. Are you having trouble selecting those, or are you looking for additional functionality? I can help if you’re having issues with your cover images - just let me know where you’re running into trouble.

If you’d like to add additional customization to your Homepage, the Product team would love to hear that feedback in the Ideas portion of the Community!

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So is there a way to change to plain white background to an image on the home page?

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Hi @PhilipNation! The background will be white, with either gallery cover images, or category images. I’m unclear form your question if you’re looking for something besides the white background. Can you elaborate? Looking forward to hearing back!

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I am asking if the homepage can look like the opening to the gallery page…

 

Instead of like this...

The homepage just looks to plain.  I suppose the idea is to just send clients to the gallery page instead of the homepage.

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@PhilipNation Ah, I see! The idea behind the home page is to have multiple galleries or categories. I wonder if you might create categories like, “lighthouses”, “flowers”, “waterfalls”. That way your homepage will look a little less plain. Once a client clicks on the category, the gallery will open up with the cover photo. Or, as you said, just send them to the gallery itself, rather than your homepage :)

Let me know if I can help in any other way!

 

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