View, edit, add, and manage museum's exhibitions from a single page of the dashboard.
On the dashboard, find a dedicated icon for exhibitions. You can easily find it labeled as Manage Exhibitions.
On this page, you get direct links to museum exhibitions. View them with their Title, Short Description, and Published/Un-published status. This way, you get a chance to look at all exhibition entries on a single page of the dashboard. To open an exhibition page, simply click on its title and the collection page will open up, instantly.
On the page, you get separate edit buttons for all entries. These buttons allow you to put in place text or image changes to any listed exhibition entry.
To edit an exhibition, click on the "edit" button placed in the same row. Edit changes as per your preferences and hit the "Save" button to save the changes.
At the top of the "Manage Exhibitions" page, you get an "Add" button. Click on this button to start creating a new exhibition. Fill fields with relevant information and click the "Save" button to save the data.
Steps to add a new exhibition to the website are as follows:
Step-1: Click on "Add" button
Step-2: On a new page, a web form will appear.
Step-3: Start filling this form with asked details. Begin with Exhibition Title and Short Description (If any).
Step-4: Provide text for the subheading, if any.
Step-5: Upload Banner Image
Step-6: Provide Alt Text for this image
Step-7: Select Type
Step-8: Select Start Date and End Date for the exhibition
Step-9: Provide Short Description of this exhibition
Step-10: Upload an image for this description
Step-11: Provide image’s Alt text
Step-12: Upload an image for Main Picture
Step-13: Provide Alt text for Main Picture
Step-14: Now start uploading the main content. Enter an image or paste text in the left and right vacant fields.
Step-15: Click "Add Manage Exhibitions" to add more Left-Right fields to this form.
Step-16: Check the "Published" button to publish this exhibition on the homepage.
Step-17: Hit the "Save" button to complete the process.