Defining how you want the articles you curate to look on your site is done by creating (or editing) themes. There is no limit to the number of themes you can create, so design away!

To begin from any screen, click on your account name on the top right corner and then select 'Galleries'. This will bring you the the Gallery Dashboard. 

If this is your first time visiting the Gallery Dashboard in your account, you will need to define your site settings.

You will see that there are three main sections presented in the dashboard. 

  • Galleries = This is the final product of your work within the Galleries Dashboard and is where you select a collection you created to be displayed using a theme you designed.
  • Carousel Themes = This is where you will style how you'd like your Gallery carousels to look (see below for how). 
  • Card Themes = This is where you will style how you'd like you Gallery cards to look (see below for how). 

Styling a Gallery Carousel

Carousels are a great way to bring subtle animation to your site as well as a simple way to showcase multiple curated collections on a single page. 

To create a new Carousel Theme, click the 'Add' button or the 'Copy' button on the default theme that was automatically added to your dashboard. 

Enter the name in the box provided. This name is for internal use only and will not be displayed externally on your site. 

You will then be presented with a number of options for styling your carousel - including the ability to add custom CSS elements, should you choose to do so. 

NOTE: Displaying a Carousel on your website also requires the use of a Card Theme. 

Styling a Gallery Card

Cards are the most popular way to showcase your curated articles. 

To create a new Card Theme, click the 'Add' button or the 'Copy' button on the default theme that was automatically added to your dashboard. 

Enter the name in the box provided. This name is for internal use only and will not be displayed externally on your site. 

You will then be presented with a number of options for styling your cards - including the ability to add custom CSS elements, should you choose to do so. 

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