I'm in the process of converting a legacy website (i.e., one that I programmed from scratch) into WordPress. The contents are mostly blog postings. I'm trying to figure out what to do with the non-blog stuff. In particular, the photo galleries. I'm using the NextGen Gallery plugin to manage my photos. Each photo gallery has several paragraphs of text.
Should a photo gallery be in a post or on a page?
Putting a photo gallery into a post relatively straight forward, with a general category (i.e., Picture) and a specific subcategory (i.e., 2004) for organization. For bigger photo galleries, it seems like I have to split them up over multiple posts to avoid saturating a post.
Putting a photo gallery into a individual page is similar to post. The problem is creating the overview page (i.e., Pictures) that points to the subpage (i.e., 2004) that points to the individual pages. I'm not sure how to connect all these pages without being more work than necessary.