Published on June 26, 2017 by WPBeginner

Do you have a wonderful portfolio with plenty of images and want your visitors to be able to filter the pictures? The ability for your visitors to filter your portfolio helps showcase different styles of your work for your visitors to discover. In this video we will show you how to create a filterable portfolio in WordPress.

For this video we will be using the plus version of Envira Gallery: enviragallery.com/pricing

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Summary of this tutorial:

With Envira Gallery installed and active you will go under Envira Gallery, Settings page to add your License Key from the Envira Gallery website. You will also want to go to Envira Gallery, Addons area to activate the Tags Addon for this tutorial.

Once that is set up you will create a new gallery under Envira Gallery, Add New and select the files you want to add to your gallery.

Click on the pencil icon to edit the image and add any tag you like to the image. Multiple tags should be separated by commas.

After the tags have been added you will want to click on the Tags tab on the left to enable Tag Filtering to allow the images to be sorted.

Simply add the gallery to a post or page using the Add Gallery button, publish your changes, and you will now have a beautiful filterable gallery on your WordPress website.

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Laercio Civali
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Laercio Civali
1 month 24 days ago

Is there a free version?

WPphotographer
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WPphotographer
1 month 18 days ago
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WPphotographer
1 month 18 days ago

Yes, Envira Light is on the WordPress Plugin Repository Laercio but will lack a lot of premium features.

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