Image Browser Glossary

Image Browser icon definitions

Buttons/Icons You Will Find in Your Image Browser

Collection
A group of galleries and/or other collections. May not contain loose images -- those must go in a gallery.

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Create a Collection button
Click to create a new collection. Located at the top of the Left Pane. Note that the new collection will be created in the same location that you are when you click this button (as a nested collection of your current selection, the top level of Listed on Website, or the top level of Unlisted on Website).

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Gallery
A group of images. Galleries can only contain images.

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Create a Gallery button
Click to create a new gallery. Located at the top of the Left Pane. Note that the new gallery will be created in the same location that you are when you click this button (as a nested gallery of your current selected collection, the top level of Listed on Website, or the top level of Unlisted on Website).

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Those with Permission
This denotes that a gallery or collection has a visibility of "Those with permission," which means that any visitor will have to enter a password or log in to be able to view its contents.

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No One But Me
This denotes the visibility setting of "No one but me," which is used for galleries and collections that are completely private. No one other than you, the photographer, can see the contents of this gallery or collection.

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Delete/Remove menu
Depending on your choice, this action either deletes content entirely or removes it from its current location. After clicking this button you’ll see a pop-up box that lets you know what you’ll be deleting, and you'll be required to confirm the action before proceeding.

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Edit button
Clicking on this pencil icon engages the edit mode for various types of content, including gallery/collection names, filenames, and IPTC metadata in the Right Pane and the custom sort order in the Center Pane.

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SEO
This green icon indicates that the content within this field can help build your Search Engine Optimization. Its primary usage is in the meta data editor in the Right Pane.

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Add/Move Gallery menu
Allows you to either move or add a selected gallery or collection to a different location. Adding a gallery to another collection creates a virtual copy, such that the gallery exists in its current location as well as the new collection (but as it's "virtual," it won’t take up any additional storage space in your account). Moving a gallery or collection physically removes it from its current collection and into its new desired location. Here you will also find a shortcut for listing/unlisting a gallery or collection from your website.

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Share Gallery menu
Allows you to share the selected gallery on Facebook, Flickr, and other social networks; create an embedded slideshow; Tweet about the gallery; or send to a Virtual Agency. Located in the Right Pane when a gallery is selected.

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Settings button
This "gear" icon allows you to edit Visibility and Access settings in the Right Pane. 

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Featured Gallery menu (Classic Websites Platform only!)
Allows you to feature (or un-feature) the selected gallery in your portfolio or on your homepage. Located in the Right Pane.

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Quick Action buttons
Single-image actions available in the Right Pane. If the icon is green, this setting is activated for this image.

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  • The dollar sign allows you to apply a pricing profile to an image. A green dollar sign means the image has one or more pricing profiles assigned.  

  • The magnifying glass allows you to make images publicly searchable on sites such as Google Images. 

    Note: Searchability is independent of the image's placement in a gallery, so even if an image is in a "Those with permission" or "No one but me" gallery, it will still be publicly searchable if the search icon is green. If you want images to be completely private, be sure that your images are not marked as searchable.

  • The eye represents whether this image is hidden or visible within the gallery. If an image is hidden, it will still live alongside all the other images in the same gallery, but it will only be viewable from the Image Browser (and will be hidden from the website view of the gallery). A closed eye verifies that the image is hidden, while an open eye represents that the image is viewable on your site according to the visibility setting of its gallery.
  • The girl represents whether the image in question has a model release. If the icon is green, the image is model-released.
  • The building represents whether the image in question has a property release. If the icon is green, the image is property-released.

 

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