You can preview your web gallery in the Web module or in your default browser before saving or uploading it.
The web gallery preview in Lightroom Classic updates as you make changes to the gallery, so you usually won’t need to use the Reload command.
You can specify the FTP server information in the Upload Settings panel and use the FTP capabilities in Lightroom Classic to upload your gallery to a web server. After you click the Upload button, Lightroom Classic automatically generates the necessary files and then transfers them to the web server you specify.
To use a separate FTP application for uploading your files, or to generate a gallery for offline viewing, you can first export the files. When you click the Export button, Lightroom Classic creates a folder containing HTML files, image files, and other web-related files. If you’re saving a Flash gallery, the necessary SWF files are included. The folder is saved in a location that you specify.
Web gallery photos and image thumbnails are saved as JPEGs with embedded sRGB profiles.
The Upload Settings panel displays the server output path (server path with subfolder containing the web gallery files).
You can set up one or more FTP presets for uploading web photo galleries to specific web servers.
You can let Lightroom Classic remember the password in the preset.
Type the path in the Server Path box.
Click Browse and navigate to the directory.
Port 21 is the default web server port for the FTP protocol and is usually the port to use.
The FTP preset is added to the FTP Server menu.
The server path specifies the location on the web server for placing the web gallery folder you’re uploading.
When typing the server path, use slashes for designating the directory and sub-directories. For example: /root_directory_name/www/In this example, “root directory” is the name of the root level, the directory you must enter to access space on the web server, and “www” is the name of the specific sub-folder where the web files will be uploaded. Check with your web hosting provider to verify the path for accessing your public folder on the web server.
Change the configuration for the preset and then choose Update Preset [Name Of Preset] from the Preset menu.
Choose Delete Preset [Name Of Preset] from the Preset menu.
Click Delete to complete the operation, then click OK to close the Configure FTP FIle Transfer dialog box.