How to optimize a Gallery with content properties

With small exceptions, the optimization of galleries follows the logic of videos and articles.

On this page, you’ll learn the steps to optimizing galleries with the content properties in the system.

Follow the steps below to learn how to optimize the galleries you create. Here’s how:

  1. From the main navigation, select Galleries.

2. When the galleries listing screens open, select the gallery you want to optimize (e.g. “Manchester and Ludogorets gets great”).

3. Next, open the gallery and go to the content properties in the right corner of your screen.

There are nine tabs with properties to optimize your gallery–General, Media, Content footer, Tags, Related content, URLs, SEO, Lists, Custom data.


The General tab lets you select category(ies), author(s), status, distribution regions and channels, as well as additional properties for your gallery.

To optimize your Gallery’s General tab:

  1. Expand the General tab.

2. Select a main category from the Categories drop-down box.

Remember that selecting a main category is mandatory for creating a gallery.

3. To add an additional category, select the Additional Categories box.

4. Next, open the Author box, and select the author you wish.

5. If you want to add a custom author, enter the author in the Custom Author box.

6. To set the status of your gallery, go to the Status box and select from the options Active/Inactive.

7. To select gallery properties, go to Properties and choose from the options.

8. If you want to set a period for your gallery to be active on your website, enter the desired dates in the Pubslihed From / Pubslihed Until boxes.

9. Select a region for distribution in the Distribution Regions box.

10. Next, go to the Distribution Channels box and select a channel.

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The Media tab is where you select the main image/cover image for your gallery.

To optimize your Gallery’s media:

  1. Expand the Media tab.

2. If you want to upload a new main image/cover for your gallery, select Upload new images.

3. To choose from already uploaded to the system images, select Toggle already uploaded images.

Note that once you select an image as main media, you can crop it by selecting Crop image.

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The Content footer tab is the place where you select the origin of the images you use in your video.

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Under the Tags tab, you can optimize a gallery with a tag you have created, as well as football connections suggested by the system.

To optimize your gallery with tags:

  1. Expand the Tags tab.

2. In the Tags box, enter a tag(s) you have already created in the system.

3. To tag a gallery with football connections, go to the Football Connections box and select the recognized entity suggestions you want to tag your gallery with.

Note that you can tag your gallery with football connections either by adding all suggestions or only the ones you desire.

Once you enter football connections, the system will suggest relevant past/upcoming matches to connect to your gallery.

4. To add relevant matches, select either the Upcoming matches or Past matches tabs. Then click on the + sign to select a match.

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The Related content tab is directly connected to the football connections you use in the Tags tab and lets you select and include additional reading/watching to your post.

You can either add suggested videos, galleries, and articles to your post or search for related content.

To add related content to your post:

  1. Expand the Related content tab.

2. Under the Suggestions tab, select a content type you want to add as related content i.e. Articles, Videos, or Galleries.

3. Next, choose an article, video, or gallery and select the + sign to add it as related content.

4. If you want to manually find an article, video, or gallery to add, select the Search tab and enter the title of the content you are looking for.

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