I don't understand that instruction. Where do I write this? And what is a Wiki link? I've never edited or worked on a Wiki.
A wiki link is exactly what Veks typed below, double brackets around text.
EDIT: A thought struck me. Why do we need to add the images to the Wiki anyway? What value does that have? Its just an extra hoop to jump through for us people who know nothing about Wikis. I just want to upload an image, link to it in a game I'm playing and after that it's location and how it is referenced is not relevant at all.
I'll leave that one to Veks, since it deals with the behind the scenes coding.
I'm sure most of my images are of no interest to anyone else.
Speaking for myself, I've downloaded a couple of those and I'm sure other people have too.
In addition I have one game that is played in words and images, the images are manga/doujin panels. Those images are all up on the Wiki somewhere but I can't find which category they are in. I think we need a category for 'game images' something like that. If I can find the'd be happy to move them.
Actually, we don't. We've created categories for various things from renders to drawings, characters to settings. Virtually any image fits into the categories already in place. For those that don't, more can be made. To discover what category an image is in is really quite simple . . . look at the bottom of the image's page, all categories the file is in are listed there. Those in question have been categorized under "Hentai strip".
So... why can't E just have a members file repository? I'm sure lots of members use it like that anyway.
Usage and "Linked to" stats show otherwise, actually. But, I'll also leave that to Veks since it's behind the scenes coding stuff.
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(Both images and numerous others are located in the Tutorial category under Images on the wiki.)