If you have inadvertently placed your Layout/Photo in the incorrect gallery, made a mistake in your credits, or change your layout and would like to change the photo, here are the simple steps you can take to do that!
After you upload your page to the Digital Scrapper Gallery, you may discover that you made a mistake. Maybe you misspelled a word, or you left something out that you really want to say. Or perhaps you forgot to credit a designer. Maybe you noticed something wrong on your page that you were able to fix on the original document, and you wanted to upload a new saved for web image to replace the old one. All of that is possible to do. Here’s how:
• Click on Edit Photo under User Options.
• Make any changes you want to make. You can:
Choose a new image
Change the gallery category where your image is displayed.
You can add your image to another gallery.
You can change the title and edit the Photo Description
You can even delete the image completely by checking the box.
When you’re done, click Submit Changes, and the changes will immediately take place. So that’s how easy it is to make changes to your gallery image!
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Thread: How To Edit Your Gallery Images
04-23-2012, 05:22 AM #1
How To Edit Your Gallery Images
Last edited by Darcy; 01-15-2013 at 09:32 AM.
08-22-2012, 08:55 PM #2
I've done it before but I can seem to get a new thumbnail for a page that had an error. I edited the page and browsed for the photo, clicked to rebuilt the thumbnail, and then changed the title in my posting, and clicked on Submit. Message said that the thumbnail had been rebuilt but I still get the old thumbnail. The file I am working with is the one that was erroneously labeled as St. Mont Michel instead of Mont St Michel. It changed the title but does not show the new image.Shirley
Elements 9, Photoshop CS3, Windows 7, Internet Explorer 9
Canon Rebel Xsi, Panasonic DMCFZ40
08-22-2012, 09:08 PM #3
I used to have that problem and was told that after my changes were made to just move onto another page. When I would then go back to my layout page all was well. There has to be enough time for the "little spiders to do their job on the web."CS6, PSE8
Windows 7 64-bit, Google Chrome,
HP Pavilion dv7, HP Officejet Pro 8500
Wacom Intuos 4, Casio Exilim, Canon EOS 7D
08-23-2012, 04:04 AM #4
For others looking at your pages, it's almost immediate, but your page has to clear the cache of the old image and replace it with the new, so sometimes it takes a little while for you to see it.
08-23-2012, 10:31 AM #5