An open graph image is the picture that is randomly selected by social media networks when someone shares your content via social media. In the past this could be frustrating as often unrelated images were selected or only displayed partially. However it is now possible to upload specific images for each web page of your website. This means that you can now choose images that relate to that particular page or even to help promote your business, for example showing a current offer banner.
We would like to introduce you to Fiona Ingvarsson, known as Fiona Elizabeth Photography. Fiona is an award-winning wedding photographer and has been featured in Brides Magazine and Your Surrey Wedding to name but a few and her relaxed and friendly personality combined with her super organizational skills and her desire for excellence makes her a number one on many bride’s lists. Enjoy…
In conflict, straightforward actions generally lead to engagement, surprising actions generally lead to victory. – Sun Tzu
Ok, so the above quote is all about war and we’re hardly at war here but the lesson rings true. If we simply go through the motions and deliver the same products and promotions as everyone else, we will move at the same pace. If we can be creative, try to produce some smart content based on how we see ourselves and what our product or service can deliver, then we stand more chance of gaining traction with customers. A surprised person is more likely to change their action of just browsing and actually make a purchase or an enquiry.
We’ve recently updated the linked gallery page so that there are now three design options to choose from. This is a great tool to add continuity to your website. These include captions appearing below images, captions appearing in front of images without movement, and overlay text that appears when the mouse hangs over images. Below we have included some examples.
We would like to make you aware of a small update. It is now possible to display files in a random order within a collection.
To use the random order go to the desired collection > Edit > Display Order options > Assign random Display Order.