Commons:Wiki Loves Monuments 2023/Landing pages
|WLM 2023||Participating countries||Uploaded images||Organizers||FAQ||Help desk||For organizers|
|Subpage for Wiki Loves Monuments 2023 organizers.|
|Instructions for local organizers||Knowledge Exchange||Landing pages||CentralNotice||Upload campaigns||Lists of monuments||Overview of monuments||Juries||Tools||Winners|
Where to create a landing page?
As landing page you can create:
- your own website (like www.wikilovesmonuments.xx)
- a project page on Wikipedia
- a project page on Commons (like Commons:Wiki Loves Monuments 2023 in Xxx/Participate with Xxx replaced by the English name of your country/area)
Requirements for landing pages
Requirements for a website or landing page:
- It contains the contest rules, see the Organise page.
- It contains a link to the international Wiki Loves Monuments website: http://www.wikilovesmonuments.org/
- It contains a link to one or more of these options:
- A link to the upload form of your country/area; and/or
- A link to the monument list(s) (with the eligible monuments) that contain a direct upload link; and/or
- A map where participants can find a link to start uploading.
- The website or landing page contains an English page or summary in English for international participants.
- The website or landing page must be hosted securely.
The website or landing page must also contain information about the selection of the winners (jury) and the prizes.
Landing page template which you can adapt for the local contest:
Other good examples:
URL of CentralNotice
- Where should the CentralNotice in your country link to?
- What is the location of the English page or summary of your national contest?
Note: If the landing page contains both your native language as the English summary, add the landing page to both columns of the table.
Text of CentralNotice
Add the text for the CentralNotice to Commons:Wiki Loves Monuments 2023/CentralNotice.