Web Gallery in Photoshop CC

You can create a web gallery in Photoshop CC. This feature requires Bridge from Creative Cloud. You also need to download the Adobe Output Module and follow the installation instructions posted on the Adobe support site. The web gallery automatically creates a web page with a slide show of images that are ready to post to the Internet.



  1. Place photos you want to include in the web gallery into a folder.
  2. Open Adobe Photoshop CC.
  3. From the File menu, click Browse in Bridge.
  4. In the FOLDERS panel, locate your folder from step 1.
  5. Thumbnails of the photos will appear in the CONTENT panel. Select the photos (hold the SHIFT key to select more than one). The photos appear in the PREVIEW panel.
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    Select the photos to include in the Web Gallery.

  7. From the Window menu, select Workspace – Output.
  8. From the OUTPUT panel, select Web Gallery.
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    Select Web Gallery

  10. Select a template: click the Template arrow to select an option. If there are options on the Style arrow, select a style.
  11. Click Preview in Browser to see what the template will look like.
  12. Close the browser tab and return to Bridge to try another.
  13. Add site information in the RIGHT pane and set the appearance.
  14. Scroll to the bottom of the pane to view the Create Gallery pane.
  15. Select the Save Location.
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    Select the location to save the web gallery.

  17. Click Save. When the Create Gallery window appears, click OK.
  18. Go to where the web gallery is saved. Open the folder. Double click the index.html file to view it.

More fun ideas for middle and high school students using Photoshop CC are included in the TechnoPhotoshop CC technology project. In this project, students learn photo editing techniques. They apply their skills to make scrapbook pages.

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Christa Love, Vice President - Christa Love has a passion for education and technology. A graduate from Brock University she has an Honors Bachelor of Arts in Child Development, Bachelor of Education in Primary and Junior divisions, and Masters of Education in the area of Curriculum Studies. Her work at TechnoKids Inc. began more than ten years ago as an instructor at a local learning center. Since that time she has operated the summer camp program, taught at the research and development center at John Knox Christian School, trained educators throughout the province on issues related to technology integration, and overseen the curriculum development of hundreds of technology projects. In recent years, Christa has become the vice president of TechnoKids Inc.