So, I found a picture I took of the game inside the files. Does this mean, I can replace it with one of my own (as in a drawing) using the correct dimentions, file name, and file extensions? This will end in a funny way if yes.
Do you know if there’s someone I could contact to make a “professonial” wiki? I’m currently making a wiki for a video game which doesn’t have much info yet, I’m hoping to get it done before E3. Any suggestions?
Unfortunately I don't know anyone who's founded a proffesionally functioning wiki, but if it's a popular game it should attract some experienced users. One alternative I could provide is asking someone for advice in community central whether in a blogpost or asking fandom staff.
A common thing I've noticed is game developers releasing info through reddit, twitter, and live streams so that could be good way of finding more info on the game.
Hey IE, I've noticed that you edit some pages multiple times to add categories. It is possible to add multiple categories in one go by editing the page, or using the category field available when viewing the page as well. It's not necessary to do each one separately.
It doesn't have to be a specific size, you can try .jpg files as they're much smaller than .png files. If you have any kind of photo editing software try cropping the part of the image you want and saving it as a .jpg
I don't know how to search for picture size, sorry.