Top 5 things you need to know how to do on the wiki
To upload the main image for your page, use the upload button inside the Create an Image Page form, which you get to from the sidebar. When you access the form, it looks like this:
Click the Upload a Math Image button. That brings up a pop-up window that looks like this:
First click the Browse button and find your file. Then click the Upload File button. Fill out the rest of the form, press Save Page, and your image is up!
To upload other images, use the Upload a File form, also located in the sidebar. It's essentially the same form as in the pop-up window from the Create an Image Page form. Click the Browse button, find your file, and then click Upload File:
You might also want to use the Summary box to put in image credits, although you can also do that after the fact.
Inserting images in your page
Linking image tags
There are three parts to making these tags.
- Creating the anchor.
This is the spot on the page that the links will jump you to - it doesn't have to be an image, but that's the application of this code we're focusing on. Right before your image code, type:
This name should be something you will remember. It won't show up on the page, but you will need to use it later in the code. It can be something simple like "Image1", but it can also be more descriptive, like "trianglepic". Make sure there's no text or empty space between this code and your image - you can even put the "</div>" after your image if you want.
- Putting a link in your caption.
In the caption part of your image tag, link to your anchor the same way you'd link to any section on the page. Your image code should look like this:
[[Image:FakeImage.jpg|frame| [[PageTitle#NAME|Image #]]. Any other text you want in the caption. ]]
Obviously, you need to replace FakeImage.jpg with your image's filename, PageTitle with the title of your page, NAME with the anchor name you used in the last step. "Image #" is what the link will look like - so replace the "#" with whatever number you want, or, if you want to call the whole things something else, you can do that too.
- Putting a link in your text.
This is just like putting a link in your caption, except its in the body of your text. It should look like this:
Here's some awesome text that's going to tell you to look at [[PageTitle#NAME|Image #]] for clarification.Again, PageTitle, NAME, and # need to be replaced with what these things are actually called on your page.