Uploading to Wikimedia CommonsEdit
We encourage you to upload images from your events to Wikimedia Commons so all the language Wikipedias and other Wikimedia projects can use them.
- Images for this year's events will go into the Commons category: ArtAndFeminism 2020 on Wikimedia Commons. Each event will have its own subcategory. If your event does not yet have a category on Commons, create one before uploading images to Commons. You can create a category by typing in the Search Bar: "Category:ArtAndFeminism 2020/YOUR EVENT LOCATION". Then you must create the category by typing in a few words in the page to describe what the category is, and pressing save. Once you've created the category, you should be able to tag images you upload with this category. You can also put your category into the category: Commons:Category:ArtAndFeminism_2020 by adding: [[Category:ArtAndFeminism_2020]] at the bottom of your category.
Using images in Wikipedia articlesEdit
- Wikimedia Commons is a “sister-project of Wikipedia.” Once you are logged in to Wikipedia, you are logged into all sister project websites.
- Images on Wikipedia must be uploaded and hosted at Wikimedia Commons (commons.wikimedia.org).
- Search for an find and image you would like to use for your Wikipedia article on Wikimedia Commons.
- When you click on an image, you will be directed to that image’s “image description” page.
- At the top, you should see an option that says “use this file” and has a Wikipedia logo.
- Click on “use this file” copy the wikimarkup listed for “Thumbnail” and paste this wikimarkup into the "Edit" Tab of the Wikipedia article markup where you want the image to go.
- Press “save” and the image should appear as a thumbnail, with the default right-hand side location.
- Extras: You can make image galleries on Wikipedia pages. Template:Gallery
- Extras: Template:Commons category
Images from the Art+Feminism eventsEdit