On Social Media, when I link to a certain page on our website, a thumbnail comes up, which is ujsually fine, but sometimes, I would like to choose a specific image. I remember reading somewhere that I need to create some sort of gallery from which the thumbnail can draw, but how do I do that? Sorry to be such a dolt.
Thanks, Rod, as usual, but please remind this dolt how I should do this. Do I create a blind album that (I think) has no visible links, and what size do I make for those thumbnails, since they are … just thumbnails! And do I create them in 1:1 aspect ratio, since that is what seems to come up in Social Media?
Matthew, I’ll check it out, and thank you. I almost always am on the latest version of Backlight, so that is not an issue. I will experiment, as I do not want an album for my calendar page, rather a resource from which to draw images when I link to the URL on, say, FaceBook.
Again, thank you, Matthew, but as noted above, I do not want an album for my page, only a resource when I link to the URL in, say, Facebook. This may not be possible. Is there a way to ahve an album associated with a page but not show up on the page???
Thank you, Daniel and Rod. I believe we are getting closer, but not there yet. At least I was able to put a film-strip gallery at the bottom of the page to fill in the space but not to impinge on the information of the workshops offered.
I’ll fiddle some more. Meanwhile, I can live with this filmstrip theater gallery for the nonce…