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Loaded 7. How to configure images

This tutorial is going to show you how to configure images in Loaded 7 templates.

Loaded 7. How to configure images

  1. If you installed a new Loaded 7 template without sample data, you may need to configure image groups manually. You can find the image groups settings in the Configuring images section of your documentation.

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  2. Adding a new image group

    1. Log into your webstore admin panel.

    2. Navigate to Products->Settings->Image groups.

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    3. Click the New Group button and fill in the pop-up window with your data:

      • Title – Enter the title of the image group.

      • Code – Enter the code of the image group.

      • Width – Enter the width of the image group.

      • Height – Enter the height of the image group.

      • Force Size? – Choose whether to force the image group to fit in Loaded 7 native parameters.

      • Set as Default? – Choose to set as the default image group for all of your products.

    4. Click the Save button to confirm adding the new image group.

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  3. Editing image groups

    1. To edit an image group, click the Edit button for the group you wish to modify.

    2. Change the settings in the pop-up which will appear.

    3. Click the Save button to confirm your changes.

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  4. Deleting image groups

    1. To delete an image group, click the Delete button for the group that you need to remove.

    2. When the pop-up window appears, click the Delete button to confirm your choice.

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  5. That is the end of the tutorial. Now you know how to manage images in your Loaded 7 template.

Feel free to check the detailed video tutorial below:

Loaded 7. How to configure images