As you may have noticed, we made a host of changes to Sneakerpedia this week and the biggest change of all would be the upload process – we have made the it better and easier to complete. The new process will now take place on just one page. No more navigating through pages before completing your uploads.
Please be aware that you can only create one model page at a time. Any additional images must be of the shoe you have told us about in the first stage, “Name it”. Next step, as before, is the “Shoot it” section, now without video. You will then be asked to proceed and “Upload it”. Once in the upload tool, the first step is adding your images. We have now added a cool drag and drop function; we recommend using the most up-to-date browser version in order to make full use of this, but you can still select images using the standard manual method if that’s not possible. Once you have added and uploaded your image, it will appear on the page under the “Crop and manage your pictures” header. The first picture will automatically be set as the default image, removing the chance to upload a “Missing” entry. Once you have completed managing and cropping your images, you are done! Clicking “Done” will take you to the “Tell us about it” page where you can proceed to complete the finer details of the sneaker you are uploading. Once that is complete you can publish your new entry – it will appear in your crate and on the wiki!