Submit - Contents
Submit an Image
To submit an image, you must send an email with the following information to email@example.com
- The image file attached to your email
The following pieces of information are optiona (but can help a lot):
- What part of the school you took the photo of
- A description of the photo
- Your first name, and the first letter of your last name if you wish (we are not allowed to post last names,
but an initial would be nice so we could distinguish between people)
- Your home page, which we will link to in the credits page
- An indication of whether or not you want to be credited in the
- The year the photo was taken
Once you've submitted your photo, we will take a look at it and host it if we think it is of good
quality and relevant to the project. Here are a few guidelines for the size/type of the image.
- We are not allowed to post personally identifiable images of people. We can post group shots without the names of people,
but we cannot post an image of an individual that is clearly idenitifiable. Try to keep your images of big events or of the scenery.
- Please try to keep the images to a small file size (2mb and below), or we might not use them, as they will take too long to load.
There are easy ways to make your images smaller in size, if you're unsure about how to go about doing this,
here's a good tutorial: Tutorial - Optimize Image or Photo
- The images must be saved in .jpg format
- The viewer should be able to tell what's going on, blurry shots or photos that are really hard
to understand won't be used (don't be afraid to be creative, the image just has to look decipherable)
Submit a Story
Have a memory you want to share? How about the graduation of 1976? Or the time you had a really funny class with a substitute?
Send a story to firstname.lastname@example.org
. Here are a few things to keep in mind when writing the story:
- The year the story pertains to (or general time period)
- What class/event it happened during
We would also like to ask that you don't use the names of people that you don't have permission from.
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