Below you will find an explanation for each of the fields found on the Edit Album page.
- Album Name
The name of the album may appear alongside the album thumbnail. This varies depending on the placeholder settings chosen when inserting the Photo Gallery on a page.
The description may appear while viewing the contents of an album. This varies depending on the placeholder settings chosen when inserting the Photo Gallery on a page.
- Meta Keywords and Description
A meta keywords tag is supposed to be a brief and concise list of the most important themes of your page. Pick the 6 or 10 terms that most accurately describe the content of the page. If you can't narrow your keyword list down to 6 or 10 keywords, then the content on your page may be to broad.
Similar to the Meta Keywords the meta description tag is intended to be a brief and concise summary of your page's content. When you write a meta description tag, you should limit it to 170 characters or 200 characters at most.
These fields are related to various web marketing practices used to help your web pages appear in search engine results. For further information on such services, please click here.
Select the membership groups which have permission to view the contents of this album, this ensures your content is only viewed by the intended viewers. If you had a single page that contained all your albums, a user who viewed this page would only see the albums which their membership group had permission to see.
If this is a company album you won't be able to select any options, as the album will be automatically visible to users associated with the chosen company.