You must use the TITLE field to display a nice name to the viewer. If you do not have a title, enter UNTITLED.
Note: The software that shows the description on zoomed image is sometimes quirky!
- Keep description to 2 or 3 lines max.
- The software sometimes cuts the description off after 2 sentences ... so use semi-colons ";" to separate your phrases instead of a period "."
- Avoid the "." in fractions (see above point). Use 4-1/2" instead of 4.5"
- Do not use the '&' character in the Description. It displays as "&".
- do not use more than one space between words. Extra spaces will show up as " "
- if you do not want to enter a description ... just hit space bar once to fool the software.
[upg-form class="pure-form pure-form-stacked" title="Submit to UPG" name="my_form" ajax="true"]
[upg-form-tag type="post_title" title="Title" value="" placeholder="enter title of your piece" required="true"]
[upg-form-tag type="other" new_type="hidden" name="cat" value="122"]
[upg-form-tag type="article" title="Description" placeholder="Enter a nice description. You can optionally include info like price, method or material. See notes above! " required="true"]
[upg-form-tag type="file" title="Select file"]
[upg-form-tag type="submit" name="submit" value="Submit Now"]
To upload your image
click on the "Browse..." (PC) or "Choose file" (Mac) button to open a file selection window. Select the image you want and start the upload. You will see the file name on the form if it's successful. You will not see the image.
The images of your items should be:
- 400KB to 700KB is a good size (there’s no need for super high resolution ... it just slows down performance)
- images bigger than 3MB will be rejected
- no less than 72 dpi resolution
- about 600-800 pixels on the longest side
- .jpg or .png formats only.
- Good quality images of your work and well lit
See "Photography Tips" under the "Resources" tab for more information: Photography Tips
These photos must be in a folder on your PC / tablet.
If your photos are "in the cloud" (e.g. Google Photos, OneDrive or Dropbox) you must download them to your device first.