The chat automatically parses the links. In other words, if I had typed it properly to the end, all you would have seen would be the link, not the formatting for it. That's why I added the line break and specifically told you to remove it when typing it on the wiki.
As for the file, did you get any specific error messages? I don't see anything outright wrong with the file name.
I've noticed that you seem to have misspelled "Behemoth" as "Begemoth". Please double check character name spelling before uploading images.
Also, for anime image titling, please don't just add the episode number and character name. That's not very descriptive. When a character only appears for a single scene in the entire episode (like Nishida in episode 11), then you might title an image like that, but otherwise, please use a title that would make it obvious what the image is about without needing to take a look at it. For example, here's how I renamed one of your images of Behemoth: http://swordartonline.wikia.com/wiki/File:Behemoth_Back_View.png
Also, novel, manga and anime pictures on a gallery are ordered by chronology. So when you add an additional anime screenshot to a gallery, please check whether it's placed in the right sequence of events.
P.S. You can use spaces in file names. There's no need to glue words together.
And just edit the page either via the edit button, or the "Add description" button.
Images like that Code Register design must have a link to the source. In this case, it should link to a Dengeki Online article that featured that image, since the image comes from there, not Code Register itself.
You should also categorise the files that you upload. You'll see an option to add categories at the bottom of the file page.
I didn't manage to find the source of PoH for Code Register, that's why I had the source it with the description. It seems that it was moved. I took the pcitures not from Dengeki, but from http://sao-cr.gamerch.com/ - I also wanted to add the other concept arts from this site for XaXa. But I feel like I'll face the same problem I faced with PoH.
Unfortunately, that looks like a fan-made wiki, so it doesn't count as an official source. It can be used as an intermediate source (i.e. you can get the image from that site if it has higher resolution for example), but you must still provide a reference to the original official source. An official source would be Dengeki Online or the official game sites or official SAO social media accounts (like Twitter) and anything of the sort. If the image isn't sourced to one of such sites, then it cannot be added to the article, even if it clearly is an official image.
Right side of the page. You'll see a green "Publish" button. Right below the monitor icon. Though remember that the description section should include a mention of the source (for example, "Source: Sword Art Online Design Works art book"). Anything else is completely optional.
Oh, and you'll also find a category near the bottom-right corner of the side bar. You can use it to add categories (which are a must to make it easier to find uploaded images).
For artbook images, just write in "Extra Source".
For episode images, write in "SxEy Screenshots" (where "x" is the season number and "y" is the episode number; e.g. S2E06 Screenshots for episode 6 of season 2.
For manga images, write in "Manga Images". You must also write down the manga chapter in the description of the file (no one wants to go through all the manga chapters to find where the image came from specifically).
The category bar has auto suggest, so you only need to write in the first few characters and then just pick the required category from a pop-up list.
One of my family members caught a flu that makes people throw up. After three days of trying to avoid it, I caught it as well. I haven't been sleeping for about thirty hours and seem to be away of clear mind. I suppose, there will be no amendments from me today.
You did both sourcing and categorisation for the anime screenshots well, though you forgot the categories for the manga illustrations (I added them for you this time, but please remember to add categories next time). Though the character designs should still be sourced. Especially those that don't have the source in the file name.
I noticed that you uploaded a screenshot in .jpg format. Please refrain from using .jpg format for small images, because wikia tends to make images in .jpg format look more pixelated. .jpg format should only be used for super huge files.
I am going to upload "stuck" screenshots for LC main page. Two pictures, one of which shows people, when Kirito tells Sinon about LC survivors and also SIIEP06, when Schmitt turns his head up and sees LC members' arrival.
Those are screenshots, done by stuck together several screenshots of one scene. I decided to call and Tag them "Long View" on my Tumblr.
01. Is threre any need to make a category for this kind of screenshots or else?
02. Size. If I keep them 1080 high or 1920 wide, sometimes, the opposite side can be 3000 pixels, which is not good for having a clear view of the picture. So I'll resize in this case.
Also, there are screenshots I "restored" to stick up a view, which I'll talk about later.
"Merged" might be a better expression (since "stuck" sounds like "stuck somewhere"), though I'm not sure what the proper term is. Maybe "panoramic screenshots"?
Anyway, we have practically never used such images (I believe we only have like 3 images of that kind in total), so we don't have any special category for them at the time being. Though as long as the screenshots are not modified in any other way, you may add such pictures to the wiki if you wish. But you need to note that they are created by merging screenshots in the file description (on the file page) and add the usual source categories.
Size is only an issue for infobox images. For galleries, use the size that you think will work best.
P.S. You haven't finished correcting the issues with some character design images that you uploaded. Please correct these issues before uploading new images.
"Extra Source" is a category that's pretty much just used for "anything that doesn't fall into the other categories" just for the sake of having everything categorised. That's why the category itself is barely informative at all and the source must be detalised in the description.
These images neither have a source (neither in the file name, nor in the description) nor a category:
I noticed that one of the images you uploaded was a duplicate. I'm not sure if the same scene was present in episode 11, but a pretty much identical scene of the three LC members that Kirito killed was already uploaded for episode 6 (http://swordartonline.wikia.com/wiki/File:Crimson_Memories.png). Please check the anime screenshot categories before uploading images from the anime. The whole reason we categorise images is to make it easier to find existing images and save the trouble of uploading duplicates.
Oh, and you seem to have forgotten to categorise your recent screenshots. And please note down in the file description that you fused several screenshots into one.
As you could see, I created the Gallery for three pictures...I uploaded the pictures and saw that the text from other paragraphs went around the images, so I opened the editor and found the button "wrap text around". I undid this tick, and the text went its own way, but all three pictures were standing in a vertical line, taking too much space.
So I thought I should have opened the editor and allow "wrap around" text for the 1st and the second pictures, but the "Wrap" window was unabled to choose- I couldn't enable the tick back. I wasn't able to edit the three pictures Description untill someone edited the pictures and arranged them into one horizontal line...
My excuses for making so many problems, but how can I put several pictures into one horizontal line and yet unable the text go around?
The problem was that you added all the images as separate files, rather than use gallery formatting. There's a gallery button on the editor that you can use for formatting a gallery (http://imgur.com/MdvaTiu). It will open up a pop up window that will allow you to add the files you want. Alternatively, you can format it manually by writing:
Image file name.png|Caption
Image 2 file name.png|Caption
(each new file is added in a new line)
For http://swordartonline.wikia.com/wiki/File:PoH_CodeRegister.png, you did try adding a source, but one of the sources is a fan-made site, and the other is not specific enough - you need to link to a specific dengeki online article that included the image, because no one wants to go through month old articles in search of that one article that had the image in case the source needs to be verified. If you can't find a link to a specific article, I will have to temporarily remove the image from any articles, as we are strict on article-use images being sourced.
The cards are made for various SAO smartphone games, like Progress Link, Code Register and End World. Since they are meant to be used for games, the cards are put on the game gallery. And actually, there are so many cards from End World that End World cards have their own image category.
You can't delete images yourself. Admins are the only ones capable of deleting images (for safety reasons). I've already removed the extra images. And I also slightly renamed it to be more descriptive, and removed the episode number, since the category and file description already covered it.
As for your question, no, files must have unique names to be uploaded as separate images. Though I do believe that Uemaru.png and Uemaru.PNG might be considered as different names. However, the name is not really descriptive, thus it should only be used for infobox images. For gallery use, please add more words that describe the image (e.g. if it's a character design, something like "Uemary Design Works II Character Design.png", if it's an episode screenshot - describe what Uemaru is doing in the picture, like "Uemaru sneaking.png").
When you'll have time- could you check the files? I managed two of them as "extra source", and with the third I tried to type "Manga" there and saw some "Manga..." Tags or whatever they are called here.
I suppose, "I should "tag" all the pages from there as "Manga pages".
Hi, welcome to Sword Art Online Wiki! Thanks for your edit to the Thread:52073|I have sorted the pictures... page.
For starters, here are a few common mistakes that new users make: both British English and American English are fine on this wikia, so do not change one for the other redundantly; only official content from sources like the light novel, anime and manga are allowed on this wikia. Also, please try to reference any facts, as they may be removed for being considered speculation otherwise.
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