How to Create a Photo Gallery with Albums in WordPress



Have you wanted to organize your photo galleries with albums? That way you can have multiple image galleries on a single page. In this video, we will show you how to create a photo gallery with albums in WordPress.

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Summary of this Tutorial:

Start by installing and activating the Envira Gallery plugin and add your license key to verify.

you will need a Gold license to use the albums addon.

Once activated go to Envira Gallery, Settings to install and activate the standalone and albums addons.

Make sure to have galleries before trying to create an album.

Name the album what you would like then drag and drop the galleries that you want in the album.

Click on the i to add title, alt text and which picture you want to be the gallery’s cover image.

As well as multiple options for styling the album how you would like.

After styling the album you will want to go to the post where you would like to add it, click add album, and select your album.

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8 thoughts on “How to Create a Photo Gallery with Albums in WordPress”

  1. Hi there, this is a great video and easy to follow. Thank you! In order for me to add the stand alone albums add on, it is saying I have to pay to upgrade to use this function. Is there a free way to display our photos as albums on wordpress? We are travellers on a tight budget! Many thanks!

  2. Thank you @WPBeginner – WordPress Tutorials for this helpful video. Will the plug in also provide the option for full screen size photograph viewing rather than the small lightbox viewing? Thank you. 

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