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Gym Theme - Edit demo gallery on home page

Howdy, Be!
On the "Gym" theme version, there are 4 gallery images near top (dumb bells, treadmill, pool, sauna)
I see the short code, written to call up these images. 
The code is:  "[gallery columns="2" link="file" ids="8,9,10,11"]"

I want to place my own images in these 4 spots, but I don't know how you are referencing the 4 images you used (8,9,10,11 are not attributes on these image-details), or how I would swap my images in, or where you build/edit this short code. 
More info would be a big help, thank you!

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  • Howdy!
    Okay, thanks. This didnt really answer my question. But good news is I answered this one myself.

    1st, drop images for this area, into the Media Folder (800px wide x 550px tall). When you visit the image, an ID # number will appear in the URL. Copy the ID #'s, and go-to this line:

    [gallery columns="2" link="file" ids="8,9,10,11"]

    And swap your new Image ID #'s into the "8,9,10,11" ID's. My edited short code looked like this

    [gallery columns="2" link="file" ids="89,90,91,92"]

    My images then appeared into this Grid of 4 images. Hope this helps someone.
    S
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