How do I delete a gallery that I have created ?

Discussion in 'Photo.net Site Help' started by MrAndMrsIzzy, Oct 26, 2020.

  1. How do I delete a gallery that I have created?
     
  2. I’m hardly an expert but maybe I can help with this one.

    If you click on “Portfolio” on your home page and then scroll down to “galleries” and clicking once again, this will opens up a choice of features in the left hand column. Clicking yet again on ‘galleries” will bring forward all your galleries with the option to “delete gallery”.
     
  3. Did that. Didn't work.
    Did notice a small circle with a diagonal line through it.
    I'm guessing that means the gallery's got some kind of block on it.
    Why it's there, how it got there, etc. I have no idea.
     
  4. Sandy Vongries

    Sandy Vongries Administrator Staff Member

    Here is what you should see and the available options. Make private or public, delete photos or delete gallery, add or remove photos.
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  5. That is what I see. There're two galleries there (neither of which has any pics).
    "Single images" Which I'm guessing was created automatically when I signed on, and "Mr and Mrs Izzy" which (if I remember correctly), I created.
    It's the "Mr and Mrs Izzy" one I'm trying to delete. It's listed as private. I tried to make it public. It didn't work. I tried to delete it. That didn't work either. ????
     
  6. Sandy Vongries

    Sandy Vongries Administrator Staff Member

    Unfortunately, when I look at your portfolio the galleries are listed as private and not visible, and in any case, I could not edit them. I assume you have clicked on Make private again, which will make a private gallery public. That done, select delete gallery. If that doesn't work, I'd suggest just leaving them and moving on with new ones. No other option is available at this time.
     

  7. Thank you. Tried what you suggested. That didn't work either. I vaguely remember having problems back when I first signed on. Don't know if it was me, the site, or some combination of the two. Maybe there's a connection. As for other options. There might be one, but it's a little drastic and may not work quite as well as I think. That said, leaving well enough alone and moving on, makes the most sense.
     
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