Help:Gérer les fichiers

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If file uploads are enabled, you can upload certain types of files to the wiki. This is particularly useful for uploading images which you want to place on a page, but you can also upload other types of files. To enable this feature, you may need to configure file uploads.

Copier un fichier sur le serveur (uploader)

  1. Prepare the file on your computer in its final format. Make sure the file is exactly as you want it.
  2. In the sidebar, under "outils", click "Importer un fichier".
  3. Click "Browse" next to the "Nom du fichier source :” to locate the file on your computer. (The "browse" button may have a different label depending on your web browser).
  4. Change the "Nom sous lequel le fichier sera enregistré :" to something descriptive, if necessary.
  5. Fill in the "Description", if necessary.
  6. Click the "Importer le fichier" button.

Si c'est un gros fichier, le téléchargement peut prendre quelques secondes.

File description page

Each file gets its very own “file description page” on the wiki. The page name will be FileHelp:Namespaces: followed by the destination filename you provided. You can edit this page to provide more information about the file. For example, many public wiki projects are quite sensitive to copyright issues, and so you should explain on the description page where you got the file from, and what its copyright status is. Any other useful descriptive notes could also be added there.

Using the file

After you've uploaded a new file, it doesn't automatically appear on any page -- not even the page you were on when you clicked on the "Importer un fichier" link. You must decide on which pages of the wiki you want it to appear.

You can embed pictures and other images in a page. For instance, you may have uploaded a person's picture and want that picture to appear alongside the text on a page about that person. For information on how to embed an image, see Help:Images.

Some files may be of a type that cannot be embedded in a page (for example, a spreadsheet -- assuming the wiki allows such file types to be uploaded at all). Or the file may be an image that is so large it's only useful on its own page (for example a detailed map). Or you may simply be wanting to refer the readers to where they can download or replace the file. In each of these cases you don't want to embed the file in another page; you just want the page to have a link to the file description page (or to the file itself). For information on how to link to a file, see Help:Linking to filesHelp:Linking to files.

liste des fichiers du wiki

There are a number of special pages to help you view and manage files which have been uploaded. Go to "Pages spéciales" (in the outils on the left) and then see...

Galerie des nouveaux fichiers - Si vous en avez téléchargé une, vous la verrez ici. Liste de fichiers - Monter tous les fichiers. Fichiers orphelins - Vous aide à identifier les fichiers inutiles.

Voir Help:Pages spéciales pour des détails concernant les autres informations disponibles.