====Nomes dos arquivos de banners====
;Nutshell: A banner file name is in ''three parts'' in ordinary text:
: The required ''first part'' is the '''location name''' with optional clarification in parentheses, so we know where it can be used.
: The required ''second part'' is the word '''banner'''
: The optional but recommended ''third part'' is a short description of the image, so users can have some idea of what the banner looks like.
: this is followed by the file type suffix, usually .jpg.
Banners for travel topics, itineraries and phrasebooks may use the same structure, or may be adapted as necessary. Try to follow precedent or create a more useful alternative.
* Unless there are copyright issues, banner files are [[:commons:Special:UploadWizard|uploaded to Wikimedia Commons.]]
* ''Location name'' is the name of the destination or region. It should be at city or district level if possible, or be the name of a national park or generally accepted name of a geographical feature when outside of a city. This identifies the lowest level article where the banner may be used.
* If you think the location name is obscure or ambiguous, add a region and/or country name in parentheses directly after the location name as a disambiguator.
* An optional numeral to distinguish the banner from other banners with similar names may be added at the end of the name. For example: London banner Thames 1.jpg, Western Cape banner Table mountain 3.jpg, etc.
* The word Wikivoyage is not a standard part of the name. If you include it, put it just before the word"banner", ie. ''Wikivoyage banner''. It does not add anything useful to the name, as the file must be ''categorized'' under [[:commons:Category:Wikivoyage banners]] anyway.
* Try not to use unnecessarily long or complicated names, and the use of punctuation and underscores. Use conventional spelling and separate words with single spaces.
: Identifies a destination or region for which the banner applies.
: Disambiguates or clarifies which particular usage of the name is relevant (if necessary}
: The word banner identifies the file as a banner and splits the name so that other language users can easily identify which part is the location identifier and which is the deacription.
: Provides some description of the actual image. This should be provided in more detail in the description section of the file documentation.
The specified order of the components allows for easiest identification of usable banners for a given article, particularly where the language of the file name is not familiar to the user.
:[[:File:Perth (Scotland) banner Bridge over the Tay.jpg]] (Ambiguous destination: ''Scotland'' identifies which city with the name Perth is relevant).
:[[:File:Au in der Hallertau (Bayern) banner Clock tower.jpg]] (Obscure destination: ''Bayern'' identifies the region in which this destination can be found)
:(Examples needed of other languages, particularly with non-latin text)
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