To start adding content to your site, you will need to create pages. In Adobe Portfolio, you can create the following pages:
- Default Pages
- Gallery Pages
- Splash Pages
- Linkable Pages
Pages are what make up your Portfolio. Pages can be groupings of images, text, videos, and embedded content that tell a cohesive story about creative work you've worked on. Pages are used to display things like contact info, biographies, or mission statements.
Galleries are collections of Default Pages. Every member has at least one Gallery that is considered the default Gallery. You can have multiple Galleries if you decide that you want to segment your work. Common Galleries divide work by creative field (Illustration, Graphic Design, etc.), Year, or even type (Client Work, Personal Work, etc).
Splash pages are designed to let you create single-page websites. These types of pages allow you to quickly and easily have an online presence and are brought to life in the context of a welcome page, an events page or simply a landing page. These pages also hide your navigation on the page.
Links can be used to link a page to an external site
To quickly import albums from Lightroom, you can create a Lightroom Album page -- this will create a Default Page with your album’s images.