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[Intro: Jake Paul]
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[[File:FileDescriptionPage.png|thumb|right|300px|An image description page.]]
Y'all can't handle this
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Each [[Help:Uploading files|uploaded file]] has an associated '''file description page''' which gives information about the source, licensing and technical details of the file.
Y'all don't know whats about to happen baby
 
Team 10
 
Los Angeles - Cali boy
 
But I'm from Ohio tho - white boy
 
   
[Verse 1: Jake Paul]
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== What are the parts of the page? ==
It's everyday bro
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The description page consists of four parts:
With the Disney Channel flow
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# The image itself, or a link to a non-image file
5 mill on YouTube in 6 months
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#* The description page shows either the full-size image, or a reduced-size version with a link to the full version labeled "Full resolution".
Never done before
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#* Displayed images can be slightly different to the original upload, as images are automatically optimised for use on the web. A "download" link is available to obtain the original file.
We pass all the competition man
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# An "About" tab that contains:
Pewdiepie is next
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#* a description of the image/sound, which you can add or edit by editing the image page
Man I'm poppin' all these checks
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#* a list of pages on which the image appears (not including pages that simply ''link'' to the image page)
Got a brand new Rolex
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# A "File History" tab that contains:
And I met a Lambo too
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#* The history of uploads for that image (see also [[Help:Page history|page history]])
And I'm coming with the crew
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#* A link to upload a new version of that image
This is Team 10, bitch
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# A "Metadata" tab, when metadata of the image is available.
Who the hell are flippin' you?
 
And you know I kick them out
 
If they ain't with the crew
 
Yeah, I'm talking about you
 
You beggin for attention
 
Talking shit on Twitter too
 
But you still hit my phone last night
 
It was 4:52 and I got the text to prove
 
And all the recordings too
 
Don't make me tell them the truth
 
And I just drop some new merch
 
And they are selling like a God church
 
Ohio is where I'm from
 
We chew 'em like it's gum
 
We shooting with a gun
 
The tattoo just for fun
 
I Usain Bolt and run
 
Catch me at game one
 
I can not be outdone
 
Jake Paulers number one
 
   
[Chorus: Jake Paul]
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== How do I update the page? ==
It's everyday bro
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The description text under the "About" tab can be edited like normal article text - by clicking the "Edit" button. This will also allow you to categorize the image.
It's everyday bro
 
It's everyday bro
 
I said it is everyday bro!
 
   
[Verse 2: Nick Crompton]
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The image itself can be updated by uploading a new image with the same name via upload tools, or by using the "Upload a new version of this file" link at the bottom of the "File history" tab.
You know is Nick Crompton
 
And my collar stay poppin'
 
Yes, I can rap
 
And no, I am not from Compton
 
England is my city
 
And if it weren't for Team 10
 
Then the US would be shitty
 
And I'll pass it to Chance
 
'Cuz you know he stay litty
 
   
[Verse 3: Chance Sutton]
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== What information should be placed on the "About" tab? ==
Two months ago
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This area allows normal article [[Help:Wikitext|wikitext]]. Initially the description automatically contains the [[Help:Edit summary|upload summary]] supplied by the user when uploading the first version (this text also shows up in the "File history" section in the "Comment" column).
You didn't know my name
 
And now you want my fame?
 
Bitch I'm blowin' up
 
I'm only going up
 
Now, I'm going off
 
I'm never fallin' off
 
Like Magg, who?
 
Digi who?
 
Who are you?
 
All these beefs I just ran through
 
Hit a milli in a month
 
[Lyrics from: https:/lyrics.az/jake-paul/-/its-everyday-bro.html]
 
Where were you?
 
Hatin' on me back in West Fake
 
Thinking need to get your shit straight
 
Jakey brought me to the top
 
Now, we're really poppin' on
 
Number 1 and number 4
 
That's why these fans all out the door
 
It's lonely at the top
 
So we all going
 
We left Ohio
 
Now the trio is all rollin'
 
It's Team 10, bitch
 
We back again, always first, never last
 
We the future, we'll see you in the past
 
   
[Chorus: Jake Paul]
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=== Description of the image ===
It's everyday bro
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Example: "Image of a goldfish in a small tank". This is useful for users who do not have direct access to the image.
It's everyday bro
 
It's everyday bro
 
I said it is everyday bro!
 
   
[Verse 4: Martinez Twins]
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=== Author and source information ===
Hold on, hold on, hold on
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Always provide as much information as you can about the creator of the image, and where you got the image (i.e. a website, scanned from a book, took a photo yourself).
Can we switch the language?
 
We bout' to hit it
 
Sí, lo único que quiero es dinero
 
Trabajando en YouTube todo el día entero
 
Viviendo en U.S.A
 
El sueño de cualquiera
 
Enviando dólares a mi familia entera
 
Tenemos una persona por encima
 
Se llama Donald Trump y está en la cima
 
Desde aquí te cantamos
 
Can I get my VISA?
 
Martinez Twins, representando España
 
Desde la pobreza a la fama
 
   
[Chorus: Jake Paul]
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If the image is licensed under a CC-BY license (or most similar licenses) it must be attributed to the copyright holder (usually the photographer).  If this is not done, your upload violates the terms of the license, and is a copyright violation.
It's everyday bro
 
It's everyday bro
 
It's everyday bro
 
I said it is everyday bro!
 
   
[Verse 5: Tessa Brooks]
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Even if the image is public domain or is under a license that doesn't require attribution, please provide source information anyway to make verification easy. Remember that your community might be around for ten, twenty, or a hundred years, and later readers or editors may have different needs for verifying the source of an image.
Yo, it's Tessa Brooks
 
The competition shook
 
These guys up on me
 
I got 'em with the hook
 
Lemme educate ya'
 
And I ain't talking book
 
Panera is your home?
 
So, stop calling my phone
 
I'll fly like a drone
 
Yeah they buyin' like a loan
 
Yeah, I smell good
 
Is that your boy's cologne?
 
   
[Verse 6: Jake Paul]
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=== Licensing information ===
Is that your boy's cologne?
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Please include an [[Help:Image copyright tags|image copyright tag]], either by typing the correct template (such as <code><nowiki>{{Fairuse}}</nowiki></code> by hand, or choosing from a license selector dropdown, if available on your wiki.
Started balling'
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Quicken Loans
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If applicable, provide a link to documentation of the licensing terms (i.e. a "Terms of use" or "About" page for the website where you got the image).
Now I'm in my flippin' zone
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Yes, the all copy me
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=== Other versions ===
But, that's some shitty clones
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If other versions (especially a larger version) of the same image exists, it can be helpful to link to them. For example:
All designer clothes
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* ''<nowiki>[[File:Goldfish-in-tank-large.jpg|larger version]] ([[:File:Goldfish-in-tank-large.jpg|info]])</nowiki>''
And they ask me what I make
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* ''<nowiki>[[File:Goldfish-in-tank2.jpg|different camera angle]] ([[:File:Goldfish-in-tank2.jpg|info]])</nowiki>''
I said is 10 with six zeros
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* ''<nowiki>[[File:Goldfish-in-tank-textfree.jpg|text-free version]] ([[:File:Goldfish-in-tank-textfree.jpg|info]])</nowiki>''
Always plug, merch link in bio
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Text-free versions may be useful for using across different languages.
And I will see you tomorrow 'cuz
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IT'S EVERYDAY BRO!
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== Can I categorize images? ==
PEACE[[de:Hilfe:Dateibeschreibungsseite]]
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By adding a [[Help:Category|category]] tag on the image page, images can be in the same category as other pages, but are treated a little differently: they are not included in the count of articles in the category, and they are displayed in a separate section, with a thumbnail and the name for each.
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A category can either mix articles and images about a subject, or you can create separate image categories. An image category is typically a subcategory of the general category about the same subject, and a subcategory of a wider image category.
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For categorizing a brand new image, the image page does not even have to be edited: the category code can be included in the upload summary.
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== Can images be protected? ==
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[[Help:User rights#Administrators|Administrators]] and [[Help:User rights#Content Moderators|content moderators]] can [[Help:Page protection|protect]] an image description page, which automatically protects the image itself, preventing users without specified rights from reuploading that image or uploading an image of the same name.
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== How do I link to an image page without displaying the image? ==
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To make a link to the image description page of an image without including the actual image, use a leading colon in the link, like: <code><nowiki>[[:File:Image.png]]</nowiki></code> or <code><nowiki>[[:File:Image.jpg]]</nowiki></code>. The colon prevents the image being embedded in the article, and instead makes an ordinary internal link.
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== See also ==
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* Learn about [[Help:Uploading files|uploading files]]
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* Learn about [[Help:Image copyright tags|image copyright tags]]
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== Further help and feedback ==
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{{Help and feedback section}}
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[[es:Ayuda:Página de descripción de imagen]]
 
[[es:Ayuda:Página de descripción de imagen]]
 
[[fi:Ohje:Tiedoston kuvaussivu]]
 
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Revision as of 22:35, October 28, 2017

FileDescriptionPage

An image description page.

Each uploaded file has an associated file description page which gives information about the source, licensing and technical details of the file.

What are the parts of the page?

The description page consists of four parts:

  1. The image itself, or a link to a non-image file
    • The description page shows either the full-size image, or a reduced-size version with a link to the full version labeled "Full resolution".
    • Displayed images can be slightly different to the original upload, as images are automatically optimised for use on the web. A "download" link is available to obtain the original file.
  2. An "About" tab that contains:
    • a description of the image/sound, which you can add or edit by editing the image page
    • a list of pages on which the image appears (not including pages that simply link to the image page)
  3. A "File History" tab that contains:
    • The history of uploads for that image (see also page history)
    • A link to upload a new version of that image
  4. A "Metadata" tab, when metadata of the image is available.

How do I update the page?

The description text under the "About" tab can be edited like normal article text - by clicking the "Edit" button. This will also allow you to categorize the image.

The image itself can be updated by uploading a new image with the same name via upload tools, or by using the "Upload a new version of this file" link at the bottom of the "File history" tab.

What information should be placed on the "About" tab?

This area allows normal article wikitext. Initially the description automatically contains the upload summary supplied by the user when uploading the first version (this text also shows up in the "File history" section in the "Comment" column).

Description of the image

Example: "Image of a goldfish in a small tank". This is useful for users who do not have direct access to the image.

Author and source information

Always provide as much information as you can about the creator of the image, and where you got the image (i.e. a website, scanned from a book, took a photo yourself).

If the image is licensed under a CC-BY license (or most similar licenses) it must be attributed to the copyright holder (usually the photographer).  If this is not done, your upload violates the terms of the license, and is a copyright violation.

Even if the image is public domain or is under a license that doesn't require attribution, please provide source information anyway to make verification easy. Remember that your community might be around for ten, twenty, or a hundred years, and later readers or editors may have different needs for verifying the source of an image.

Licensing information

Please include an image copyright tag, either by typing the correct template (such as {{Fairuse}} by hand, or choosing from a license selector dropdown, if available on your wiki.

If applicable, provide a link to documentation of the licensing terms (i.e. a "Terms of use" or "About" page for the website where you got the image).

Other versions

If other versions (especially a larger version) of the same image exists, it can be helpful to link to them. For example:

  • [[File:Goldfish-in-tank-large.jpg|larger version]] ([[:File:Goldfish-in-tank-large.jpg|info]])
  • [[File:Goldfish-in-tank2.jpg|different camera angle]] ([[:File:Goldfish-in-tank2.jpg|info]])
  • [[File:Goldfish-in-tank-textfree.jpg|text-free version]] ([[:File:Goldfish-in-tank-textfree.jpg|info]])

Text-free versions may be useful for using across different languages.

Can I categorize images?

By adding a category tag on the image page, images can be in the same category as other pages, but are treated a little differently: they are not included in the count of articles in the category, and they are displayed in a separate section, with a thumbnail and the name for each.

A category can either mix articles and images about a subject, or you can create separate image categories. An image category is typically a subcategory of the general category about the same subject, and a subcategory of a wider image category.

For categorizing a brand new image, the image page does not even have to be edited: the category code can be included in the upload summary.

Can images be protected?

Administrators and content moderators can protect an image description page, which automatically protects the image itself, preventing users without specified rights from reuploading that image or uploading an image of the same name.

How do I link to an image page without displaying the image?

To make a link to the image description page of an image without including the actual image, use a leading colon in the link, like: [[:File:Image.png]] or [[:File:Image.jpg]]. The colon prevents the image being embedded in the article, and instead makes an ordinary internal link.

See also

Further help and feedback

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.