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The Gallery is a free tool available to all Members and Contractors in the farmfencetalk community. The Gallery allows you to view, upload and share your photographs with the rest of the community.

 

This tool allows fencing Contractors to share photographs of projects they have worked on, as examples for potential customers or to discuss best practice with other members of the Tornado Professional Contractors Network.

 

Farmers or other fencing customers can upload photographs of projects or fencing they have queries about, allowing feedback and input from other members of the community.

 
Guide to the Gallery – step 1
Start in the Gallery. Click on the blue ‘Upload’ button to begin adding photos.

Guide to the Gallery – step 2
If you've already created an album, click on "Select Album". To start a new one, click on "Create New Album". We’ll assume for now that that you've chosen "Create New Album".

Guide to the Gallery – step 3
First, you can provide information about the album. The instructions should be fairly straightforward to follow - you can pick the Name, Description, sorting method and whether people can rate or comment on the photos you upload.

Guide to the Gallery – step 4
Now you can upload images to the album. Select the "Choose File" button, browse to the image location and double click on the image. Then click on the "Upload" button to add the image to your album.

Guide to the Gallery – step 5
Once you've uploaded your images, a thumbnail of all the images should be displayed. Click on "Review & Publish" to continue. 

Guide to the Gallery – step 6
You can now add names and descriptions to your images, add tags, as well as the copyright holder's name if appropriate. Click on the "Save" button at the bottom of the page to publish your album.

Guide to the Gallery – step 7
The album should now have been published, and will be accessible through the main Gallery section as well as the Gallery area on your personal profile.

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