Product Page Galleries work like the other embeddable galleries you have used before.
Customise the layout of your Product Page Gallery
Preview the changes you make
Copy the Embed code for your product page gallery (to be embedded into your product template)
Here you can find a handy guide to the options available for Product Page Galleries:
Theme: choose between a 'Dark' or 'Light' coloured background for your lightbox view
Gallery style: lets you choose how you want your images to appear as 'Grid' or 'Stacked', 'Carousel', 'Mosaic' or 'Portrait'
Posts: Number of images to display in the carousel
Image height: Height of the carousel media
Autoplay: Automatically start playing the carousel on page load
Slider delay: How long to wait before autoplaying the carousel
For others styles
Rows/Columns: allow you to change the number of rows and columns
Gutter width: manage the space between your images
Outer margin: let you set the outer margins of the embed widget
Rounded posts: you can opt to have rounded corners ‘yes’ or select ‘no’ if you want image corners to be straight
Optimise display by: let you choose if you want to optimise your images by ‘most engaging posts’ (calculated by most viewed and clicked posts) or by 'most recent posts' or by 'most likely to sell' (based on the tracked conversion code we can display images that sold the most)
Embed heading: use this space with a catchy ‘#’ like #showyourstyle #howtostyle or with a call to action like 'Show us what you’re loving and how you are wearing it,'
Style/Position: allows you to change your heading style and position
Product Page Galleries that have an insufficient number of images (e.g. to fill a row) have 4 autofill options. The fallback option will give you the ability to autofill additional images / videos / reels in the row for a more complete look.
Select your autofill from the 4 options below:
You'll find the new option in your product page galleries settings. and you can choose the fallback source from your most recent media,most engagingd posts or a specific gallery from which you want to pull the images from.