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Titles, Captions and Other Metadata

The Image Info control pane is given entirely over to image metadata.

Here you may define metadata sources to fill in various outlets in the gallery.

Title
Used for the image title/heading in the large-image view, also fills the img element's title attribute, and is used elsewhere in the page for HTML structure, validation and search engine optimization. By default, pulls metadata from the image's “Title” IPTC field.

Caption
Used for the image caption in the large-image view, also fills the img element's alt attribute, and is used elsewhere in the page for HTML structure, validation and search engine optimization. By default, pulls metadata from the image's “Caption” IPTC field.

Metadata 1
Enable to display image metadata in the thumbnail grid.

Metadata 2
Enable to display a second piece of image metadata in the thumbnail grid.

GPS Coordinates (Do Not Edit)
Used by the gallery's Google Maps integration to pull location data for the image. Please do not edit this item; if we could, we'd hide it to prevent user error. If you modify this setting, Google Maps will fail.

Cart Item Name
A human-readable name used to identify products within the CE4 Cart shopping cart. Uses the “Title” IPTC field by default.

Cart Item Pricing
Used to define the pricing scheme to be used for the item when Mixed Pricing features are enabled for the gallery, and using CE4 Cart. The pricing scheme must have been created within the CE4 Cart admin. Uses the “Category” IPTC field by default.


Using CE4 Publisher

When using CE4 Publisher to manage galleries, you must setup metadata separately in the Output Settings pane, under Publisher Setup > Metadata Outlets. Best-practice is to setup your metadata outlets identically to what you've specified in the Image Info pane. For more information, please see CE4 Publisher documentation about Working With Metadata.

ce4_gallery_metadata.txt · Last modified: 2014/08/06 07:59 by matthew

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