How To Add An Image Gallery To WordPress

Want to insert multiple images into your WordPress posts and pages? Learn how to add an image gallery using the WordPress image gallery feature.

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Are you looking for a way to insert multiple images or photos into your WordPress posts and pages?

Many people immediately go looking for a plugin, but did you know that WordPress has a built-in image gallery feature that lets you easily insert multiple images into your content and display these in a professional-looking grid-like gallery view?

If you want to learn how to insert a single image into your content, see the tutorial below:

Below is an example of an image gallery created using the native WordPress gallery feature …

Using The WordPress Image Gallery

In this tutorial, you are going to learn how to insert multiple images into your posts and pages using the WordPress image gallery feature.

How to Use The WordPress Image Gallery

The WordPress built-in image gallery feature lets you create multiple image galleries for displaying images on your posts and pages.

Why Use An Image Gallery?

By default, WordPress displays multiple images stacked above each other in your content. If you plan to add many images to your posts or pages, this won’t look great (or feel great) to users, as they will have to do quite a bit of scrolling down the page to view them all …

By default, WordPress users have to scroll to view multiple images in a post

(By default, WordPress users have to scroll to view multiple images in a post)

The WordPress image gallery displays thumbnail images in a grid layout, creating a better user experience …

The WordPress image gallery improves the look of your images

(The WordPress image gallery improves the look of your images)

Adding Multiple Images To WordPress Using The WordPress Image Gallery – Tutorial

To add an image gallery to a post or page in WordPress, create a new post or page or open up an existing one, then place your mouse cursor when you want the image gallery inserted and click on the Add Media button …

Using The WordPress Image Gallery

The Insert Media screen will open in a pop-up window. Click on the Create Gallery link as shown in the example below …

Using The WordPress Image Gallery

Select the images you want to include in your gallery (selected images will display a check mark on the upper right-hand corner) and click on the button labeled Create a new gallery at the bottom of the screen …

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This will bring up the Edit Gallery screen …

Using The WordPress Image Gallery

There are a number of things you can do in the Edit Gallery screen:

You can add a caption to your images. To do this, just click on the field below the image where it says “Caption this image …” and type in your text …

Using The WordPress Image Gallery

You can reorder images using drag and drop …

Using The WordPress Image Gallery

Just click on an image and drag it to a new location, then release your mouse button. Your image will be placed in the new location …

You can reverse the order that your images display in your gallery by clicking on the Reverse order button …

Using The WordPress Image Gallery

You can remove images from your gallery hovering over the image with your mouse and clicking on the box marked with an “X” …

Using The WordPress Image Gallery

Gallery Settings

As well as the gallery edit options shown above, there are also a number of gallery settings that can be adjusted.

You can choose whether to link your images to an attachment page or the media file by selecting an option from the drop-down menu in the Link To section …

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The image below shows the difference between selecting the ‘Attachment Page’ and ‘Media File’ options …

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You can also specify the number of columns for your gallery by selecting an option from the drop-down menu in the Gallery Settings > Columns section …

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The image below shows how different column settings display your images …

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You can also specify whether your images should display in random order or not by ticking the Random Order checkbox …

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The image below shows how images with Random Order option enabled display on your published post or page …

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Once you have finished editing your image gallery and adjusting your settings, it’s time to insert your image gallery into your post or page …

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Click on the Insert gallery button at the bottom of the Edit Gallery screen …

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A placeholder image will be inserted into your content if using the visual editor …

Using The WordPress Image Gallery

If using the text editor, you will see a gallery shortcode inserted into the content (using gallery shortcodes is explained further below in this tutorial) …

Using The WordPress Image Gallery

To view your image gallery, publish or update your post or page …

Using The WordPress Image Gallery

Making Changes To Your Image Gallery

If you want to make changes to an existing image gallery, make sure that you are in the “Edit Post” or “Edit Page” screen, and click on the image gallery placeholder image.

This will display the Edit Gallery and Delete Gallery icons. Click on the Delete Gallery icon to remove your image gallery from your content, or click on the Edit Gallery icon to make changes to your existing image gallery …

Using The WordPress Image Gallery

We have already shown you how to make a number of changes to your gallery, such as adding captions, reordering or reversing the display order of images, removing images from the gallery and changing image gallery settings.

You can also add new images to your gallery by clicking on the Add to Gallery button as shown below …

Using The WordPress Image Gallery

You can add images that you have previously uploaded or upload new image files to your existing gallery. After adding new images to your gallery, click on the Add to gallery button …

Using The WordPress Image Gallery

The new image will added to the gallery, as shown in the Edit Gallery screen …

Using The WordPress Image Gallery

Click the Update gallery button to update your gallery …

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And then click on the Update button to republish your post …

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Your image gallery is now updated with your new image(s) …

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The WordPress Image Gallery: Using Shortcodes

WordPress supports using shortcodes for images and galleries. A shortcode is a code that you can enter in the visual editor of a post or page to insert a feature, functionality or script. Shortcodes can embed files or create objects into your posts or pages that would normally require lots of complex code using just one line.

Shortcodes are wrapped in square brackets ( [ ] ) as shown below …

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Here’s the shortcode for the WordPress image gallery …

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Inserting the gallery shortcode into your content …

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Displays your image gallery when your post or page is published …

Using The WordPress Image Gallery

You can also display a specific image using the gallery shortcode using a shortcode that includes the image ID …

Using The WordPress Image Gallery

To find your image ID, do the following:

  1. Go to Media > Library
  2. Hover your mouse over an image
  3. The ID is displayed after “post=” in the status bar at the bottom of your screen, as shown below …

Using The WordPress Image Gallery

Add the shortcode where you want the image to appear in the content …

Using The WordPress Image Gallery

And your image will display when your post or page is published …

Using The WordPress Image Gallery

Additional Gallery Shortcode Options

You can customize your gallery using additional shortcode options, such as columns, id, size, link, include, exclude, orderby, order, itemtag, icontag, and captiontag.

Note: Before using any of the shortcode options above, make sure that you have “attached” the images you want to use in your gallery to a specific post or page …

Using The WordPress Image Gallery

If you need help attaching images to posts or pages, see this tutorial.

Using The WordPress Image Gallery

Here are some examples of gallery shortcodes you can use:

gallery columns

Using The WordPress Image Gallery

The above shortcode lets you specify the amount of columns you want your image gallery to display on your post or page. Simply enter the number of columns inside the quotation marks. The default value is 3. If columns are set to 0, no row breaks will be included.

gallery size

Using The WordPress Image Gallery

You can use the shortcode above to display your images as thumbnail, medium, large and full size. Simply enter one of these options inside the quotation marks:

  • thumbnail
  • medium
  • large
  • full
gallery id

Using The WordPress Image Gallery

The above shortcode allows you to display images attached to a post ID. By default, if no ID is specified, the gallery will display images attached to the current post. In the screenshot above, for example, the gallery would display all images attached to post 123.

If you need help finding a post or page ID, see this tutorial.

gallery include

Using The WordPress Image Gallery

We have covered using this shortcode in the earlier section of this tutorial. Include multiple images by inserting comma-separated IDs.

gallery exclude

Using The WordPress Image Gallery

You can exclude images by adding the above shortcode with comma-separated IDs for images that you don’t want to display. See the earlier section of this tutorial to learn how to identify image IDs in your media library.

gallery order

this lets you specify the sort order used to display thumbnails. You have the following options:

  • ASC (ascending)
  • DESC (descending)
gallery orderby

This option lets you specify how to sort your display thumbnails. By default, your image gallery uses “menu_order” to display images using the order you have specified when creating your gallery.

The options include:

  • menu_order (note: you can reorder the images by editing your image gallery)
  • title (order by image title, as specified in the Media Library)
  • post_date (sort images by date/time)
  • rand (display images in random order)
  • ID (order images by ID)

You can combine order and orderby in a single shortcode. For example …

Using The WordPress Image Gallery

The above shortcode will sort images by ID in descending order.

To sort images by date/time in ascending order, you would enter the shortcode below into your post or page …

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And to sort images by image title in ascending order, you would enter the following shortcode …

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For more information about the Gallery shortcode, refer to the official WordPress Codex here: http://codex.wordpress.org/Gallery_Shortcode.

Practical Tip

For most users, the built-in WordPress gallery feature is more than ideal for their needs.

If you want to go beyond the default gallery, however, there are several plugins available for WordPress that can help you create beautiful-looking image galleries.

If you plan to use image galleries extensively throughout your site, you can use image gallery plugins.

You can search for WordPress image gallery plugins inside your WordPress dashboard (Plugins > Add New), or the WordPress Plugin Directory …

WordPress Plugin Search - Image Gallery

(WordPress Plugin Search – Image Gallery)

Search the WordPress Free Plugin Repository for image gallery plugins below:

Congratulations! Now you know how to insert multiple images into your posts and pages using the the WordPress image gallery feature.

How To Add An Image Gallery To WordPress

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How To Add And Format Images In WordPress

Learn how to add and format images to WordPress posts and pages in this tutorial.

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Adding images to your content can help make your website or blog look more attractive, lively and professional. Images can also help to create a better impression with your readers and deliver a stronger presentation in your sales message.

To learn how to upload and use images in the WordPress Media Library, see the tutorial below:

To learn how to edit images in the WordPress Media Library, see the tutorial below:

Complete the tutorial below to learn more about using images in WordPress.

How To Add And Format Images In WordPress

There are several ways to source images for inserting into your posts and pages. You can:

  • Add an image from your site’s Media Library.
  • Upload an image from a folder on your hard drive.
  • Add the URL of an image stored in an image folder either in your own server or on another server (e.g. a remote file storage location like Amazon S3).

Note

Make sure that you have permission to use image(s) on your site. Image licensing companies and owners of copyrighted images will take legal action against you if you use images on your site without permission or violate the terms and conditions of your licensing agreements.

If you need free images and royalty-free images for your content, see the tutorial below:

How To Add Images From Your WordPress Media Library

Make sure that you have already completed this tutorial.

To insert an image from your WordPress Media Library, go to your Posts or Pages section and open (edit) your post or page, then place your mouse cursor where you would like to insert your image into the content …

How To Add And Format Images In WordPress Posts And Pages

Click on the Add Media button above the content editor window …

How To Add And Format Images In WordPress Posts And Pages

A pop up window will display the Add Media options. Select the Media Library tab to view all media you have uploaded to your WordPress site …

How To Add And Format Images In WordPress Posts And Pages

Select All media items from the Media Library drop-down menu to view all media items uploaded to your site …

How To Add And Format Images In WordPress Posts And Pages

You can also view only the media items you have attached to your post or page by selecting Uploaded to this post from the Media Library drop-down menu …

How To Add And Format Images In WordPress Posts And Pages

Note: You can also use the Media Library drop-down menu to filter and display only images, audio, and video files.

Select the image you want to insert into your post or page and then click on the Insert into post button …

How To Add And Format Images In WordPress Posts And Pages

Your image will be inserted into your post or page …

How To Add And Format Images In WordPress Posts And Pages

Important Info

Note #1: You can also insert an image gallery from your media Library into your posts and pages.

To learn how to add multiple images into content in your WordPress posts and pages, see the tutorial below:

Note #2: To exit the Insert Media screen without performing an image action, just click on the “X” at the top of the window …

How To Add And Format Images In WordPress Posts And Pages

How To Upload Images From A Computer Hard Drive

To add your own images to a post or page, first, make sure that you already have an image created and ready to be uploaded or placed into an “images” folder on your computer.

Next, go to your WordPress Visual Text Editor and click inside the post or page where you want the image to be added. The image will be placed wherever your cursor is flashing.

Click on the Add Media button above the content editor window …

How To Add And Format Images In WordPress Posts And Pages

A pop-up window will display the Insert Media options. Select the Upload Files tab to display the media uploader, then either drag-and-drop your image file into the box that appears on the screen with a dotted border or click on Select Files to locate and upload your image …

How To Add And Format Images In WordPress Posts And Pages

For a detailed tutorial on using the WordPress Media Uploader, see this tutorial

Locate the image you want to upload, then select it and click Open in the File Upload window …

How To Add And Format Images In WordPress Posts And Pages

Your image will begin uploading …

How To Add And Format Images In WordPress Posts And Pages

Once your image has been uploaded it will display as the selected item. Click the Insert into post button …

How To Add And Format Images In WordPress Posts And Pages Your image will be placed into your post or page …

How To Add And Format Images In WordPress Posts And Pages

How To Add An Image From A URL

Important Info

Do not link to images hosted on an external server without permission – this is called hotlinking and it’s frowned upon by most webmasters and website owners, as it uses up their bandwidth and costs them money. You can set up your own external data storage account for hosting images and files remotely using a service like Amazon S3.

To add an image from a URL into a post or page, click on the Add Media button …

How To Add And Format Images In WordPress Posts And Pages

The Insert Media screen will open on your browser window. Click the Insert from URL link in the Insert Media menu …

How To Add And Format Images In WordPress Posts And Pages

Enter your image URL in the Insert from URL field, your image title in the Title field and click Insert into post

How To Add And Format Images In WordPress Posts And Pages

Practical Tip

If you use a content editor enhancing plugin like the TinyMCE Advanced plugin, you can quickly and easily add images into posts and pages by simply clicking on a menu icon …

How To Add And Format Images In WordPress Posts And Pages

This will bring up an Insert/Edit Image box like the one shown in the screenshot below, allowing you to enter an image URL, image description, title, etc. before adding the image into your post or page …

How To Add And Format Images In WordPress Posts And Pages

How To Format Images In Your Posts Or Pages

Once you have uploaded and added an image into your post or page using one of the methods shown above, the next step is to format your image so it displays well on your site.

In the next section, you will learn a number of different ways to format images in WordPress.

How To Format Images In The Insert Media Screen

Before adding an image into a post or page, the Insert Media screen gives you a number of options for editing and formatting your image file …

How To Add And Format Images In WordPress Posts And Pages

To learn more about editing media in the Media Library, see this tutorial

The Attachment Display Settings allow you to specify a number of formatting options for your image:

You can select an Alignment for your image …

How To Add And Format Images In WordPress Posts And Pages Left: Place the image on the left of your post or page content. Text is wrapped around the image …

How To Add And Format Images In WordPress Posts And Pages

Center: Center your image on the post or page. Text is not wrapped around the image …

How To Add And Format Images In WordPress Posts And Pages

Right: Place the image on the right of your post or page content. Text is wrapped around the image …

How To Add And Format Images In WordPress Posts And Pages

None: No image alignment. Text is not wrapped around the image …

How To Add And Format Images In WordPress Posts And Pages

You can also associate your image with a Link To destination …

How To Add And Format Images In WordPress Posts And Pages

Custom URL: Select this option to link your image to a URL of your choice (e.g. your home page or product page). Clicking on this image in a post or page will send the visitor to the URL location specified in the Custom URL field …

How To Add And Format Images In WordPress Posts And Pages

Media File: Select this option to link your image to the folder where your image file has been uploaded. Clicking on this image in a post or page opens up a full-size copy of your image on your visitor’s browser …

How To Add And Format Images In WordPress Posts And Pages

Attachment Page: Select this option to link your image to the media attachment page. Clicking on an image inserted into a post or page with this option will open up the file’s attachment page (See this tutorial for information about attachment pages) …

How To Add And Format Images In WordPress Posts And Pages

None: Select this option if you want to remove all links to the image. When an image with this setting is inserted into a post or page and clicked on, nothing will happen …

How To Add And Format Images In WordPress Posts And Pages

You can also choose a Size for your image …

How To Add And Format Images In WordPress Posts And Pages

Note: You can change the default size of your image thumbnails in the WordPress Media Settings page …

Adjusting Image Placement And Size

You can move an image around your text by selecting it with your mouse, then dragging and dropping it into a different area of your post or page editor window …

How To Add And Format Images In WordPress Posts And Pages

To edit an image once it has been inserted into your post or page, click on the image with your mouse and select the Image Edit icon …

How To Add And Format Images In WordPress Posts And Pages

The Edit Image screen will open up …

How To Add And Format Images In WordPress Posts And Pages

In the Edit Image screen, you can do the following:

Size: This allows you to scale your image from 100% down to 60% of its current size. This is useful if you want to adjust the size of your image to something other than the default full size, Large, Medium, and Thumbnail size options presented when you insert the image. Slide your mouse over the settings to enlarge or reduce the size of your image, then click to set the size option.

Alignment: This is where you control how your text aligns or wraps around your image. Select either left, center or right alignment and the image preview will change to show you how this will affect the image and text on your page.

You can also specify a Title for your image, Alternative Text (Alt text), Caption, and Link URL (See previous sections of this tutorial and this tutorial for more details about these options.)

When you’re done editing your image, click Update to save your new settings, or Cancel to exit the screen without saving your changes …

How To Add And Format Images In WordPress Posts And Pages

How To Resize Images – In-Content Image Resizing

You can resize your image directly in the Visual editor by clicking on the image, selecting any of the standard resizing handles and moving the mouse to make the image smaller or larger …

How To Add And Format Images In WordPress Posts And Pages

Note: Your image may become distorted or blocky depending on how you resize it.

How To Resize Images – Adding Thumbnail Images To Posts

To add a thumbnail image to your post, place your cursor where you want the thumbnail image to appear in your content and click on the Add Media button …

Using Featured Images In WordPress Posts

This will bring up the Insert Media screen …

How To Add And Format Images In WordPress Posts And Pages

Select the image you want to insert into your post as a thumbnail and then choose Attachment Display Settings > Size > Thumbnail from the drop-down menu in the Attachment Details column …

How To Add And Format Images In WordPress Posts And Pages

Click Insert into post

How To Add And Format Images In WordPress Posts And Pages

Your thumbnail image will be inserted into your post in the location where you placed your mouse cursor …

How To Add And Format Images In WordPress Posts And Pages

To learn how to change the default size of your thumbnail images, see this tutorial

Using The Advanced Settings Tab To Edit Your Image

To access the Advanced Settings tab, click on the image edit icon…

How To Add And Format Images In WordPress Posts And Pages

Click on the Advanced Settings tab…

How To Add And Format Images In WordPress Posts And Pages

In the Advanced Image Settings section you can:

  • View the Source URL of your image (if your image is stored in a different server, enter the full URL to the image here)
  • Enter a custom Size for your image or click on the Original Size button to restore the image to its original size
  • Enter a CSS Class – You can add or override CSS classes for your image here.
  • Add Styles – Apply individual CSS styles to the image.
  • Adjust Image properties like adding a border (enter “0” for no border, or specify a border width in pixels, e.g. “2”), vertical spacing and horizontal spacing (enter the number of pixels for these).

Below the Advanced Image Settings you will find the Advanced Link Settings section. This includes the following options:

  • Title: Enter text here to display the image title as a tooltip (the text will appear when visitors hover their mouse button over your image).
  • Link Rel: You can add link rel attributes to your images (e.g. “nofollow”).
  • CSS Class: Use this field to apply a CSS class to the link.
  • Style: Use this field to apply individual CSS styles to the link.
  • Target: Select whether you want the link to open in a new window or the same window.

Remember to click the Update button to save any changes made to these settings …

How To Add And Format Images In WordPress Posts And Pages

Practical Tip

Tip#1 – If you notice that an image appears to be distorted, or if you replace an image on your server with another image of a different size, then click on Image Edit > Advanced Settings > Original Size button to restore the image dimensions to its correct size …

How To Add And Format Images In WordPress Posts And Pages

Remember to click the Update button to save your settings …

How To Add And Format Images In WordPress Posts And Pages

How To Add Images To Your Sidebar

In version 4.8, WordPress introduced a WordPress Image Widget that lets you add an image to your sidebar from your media library or an external storage location …

Add an image to your sidebar with the WordPress image widget

(Add an image to your sidebar with the WordPress image widget)

To learn how to add and display images on your sidebar using the WordPress image widget, see this tutorial:

Congratulations! Now you know how to insert and format images in WordPress posts and pages.

How To Add And Format Images In WordPress

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How To Add Featured Images To WordPress Posts

Learn how to add featured images to your WordPress posts and pages …

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How To Add Featured Images To WordPress Posts

A Featured Image (previously known as a “Post Thumbnail”) is an image that you choose to represent your Posts, Pages or Custom Post Types.

Featured images can be used to make your posts look more attractive and enticing to your readers, thus increasing the overall appeal of your site.

In this tutorial you are going to learn how to use featured images in WordPress.

Using Featured Images In WordPress: Step-By-Step Tutorial

Using Featured Images In WordPress Posts

Note: Whether a Featured Image displays on your WordPress posts or not is determined by the particular theme you have chosen for your site. Featured images tend to be favored by WordPress themes with “magazine-type” layouts, which use an image to represent each post. This image might be displayed only on the home page and appear on its own, or alongside an excerpt of the post.

You can find Free WordPress themes that display featured images by going to the WordPress Theme directory and using the “featured-images” search filter when searching for themes …

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If choosing Premium Themes, just make sure that the theme supports featured images.

To learn more about WordPress Themes go here:

How To Set A Featured Image For Your Posts

As we’ve just discussed, some WordPress themes allow you to specify a featured image for your posts. So, if you plan to use featured images, make sure that the theme you have chosen for your site supports this feature.

Useful Tip

Adding support for feature images to WordPress themes requires customizing theme templates. If your WordPress theme does not support featured images, we recommend choosing a theme that does or contacting a web developer to modify the code in your theme templates.

To add a featured image to your post, make sure that the Featured Image box in the sidebar of your Edit Posts screen is visible …

Using Featured Images In WordPress Posts

If you cannot see the Featured Image box in your Edit Post screen, then click on the Screen Options tab at the top of your screen …

Using Featured Images In WordPress Posts

Make sure that the checkbox next to Featured Image in the Show on screen section is ticked …

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Next, click on the Set featured image link inside the Featured Image box …

Using Featured Images In WordPress Posts

This will open up the Set Featured Image.screen as a popup window. Select the image you want to use as your featured image by clicking on it, then click on the Set featured image button …

Using Featured Images In WordPress Posts

The image you have selected has now been added to your post as a Featured Image …

Using Featured Images In WordPress Posts

Another way to set a featured image in a WordPress post is to click on the Add Media button inside your Edit Post screen …

Using Featured Images In WordPress Posts

This will open up the Insert Media screen in your Media Gallery.

Click on the Set Featured Image link in the Insert Media menu …

Using Featured Images In WordPress Posts

Next, select the image you want to use as your featured image by clicking on it, then click on the Set featured image button …

Using Featured Images In WordPress Posts

Your image will be set as the featured image of your post.

Remember to click Update to save and publish your new post settings …

Using Featured Images In WordPress Posts

Now, when you preview your site, you will see that your post displays the featured image you have specified …

Using Featured Images In WordPress Posts

Your featured image will continue to display even if you change WordPress themes on your site, as long as the themes support featured images …

Using Featured Images In WordPress Posts

To remove a featured image from a post, edit the post, then scroll down to the Featured Image box and click on the Remove featured image link …

Using Featured Images In WordPress Posts

You can also use plugins for managing featured images on your WordPress site.

You can search for WordPress gallery plugins inside your WordPress dashboard (Plugins > Add New), or the WordPress Plugin Directory …

WordPress Plugins - Featured Image

(WordPress Plugins – Image Gallery)

Search the WordPress Free Plugin Repository for feature image plugins below:

Congratulations! Now you know how to insert multiple images into your posts and pages using the built-in WordPress image gallery feature.

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