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Contributing pages:

What is a page or article?

A page in SeSco usually contains a single article about a subject, and the terms page and ''article' are used interchangeably for simplicity.

In reality, a page may contain more than one article if a subject has an extended history, or contains more than one related subject.

What makes a good Page?

Unique subjects that can be easily described, preferably with a picture attached so that the reader can quickly and easily understand the subject, especially if it is something unusual.

How do I get the latitude, longitude and grid reference for my subject? The easiest way is just to use our map page to pinpoint the location, and it will give you the map code to insert under the Map heading on the page.

For a more detailed description of how to use our embedded map, and what can be done with it, please refer to the Map 101 page.

Do you accept multiple images per page?

Of course. Many of our subjects are either lost, or in danger of being lost. As a result, we may have access to the only records of them if official organisations have failed to identify or record these subjects.

What are my legal rights when taking photographs?

We're not lawyers, and can't advise you, but you can find advice here

  • Do I need to resize my photos? Are there size limits?
  • Why must I agree to allow commercial use of my image?

Browsing the site:

  • I would be interested in reusing Geograph content, is that possible?
  • I disagree with the location or title of an image - what can I do?
  • I'm concerned about a photo or comment I have seen on the site.
  • Counties, I'm confused, which do you display?
  • What do all these strange words mean?

The Geograph Website:

  • Theres a page I once saw on geograph, and I can't find it again!
  • Do you RSS feeds available?
  • Open source? Creative Commons? What's that all about?
  • Who built this marvellous site?

Issues in using the Secret Scotland site:

Please ask, using the Contact Form.

You may also find answers to more detailed questions not answered here in the Help pages included in the Navigation menu to the left.

I have a further question, what should I do?

Please ask, using the Contact Form.