Articles may get ugly and difficult to read if there are too many images crammed onto a page with relatively little text. They may even overlap.
For this reason, it is often a good idea to temporarily remove the least-important image from an article and queue it up on the article's talk page. Once there is enough text to support the image, any contributor is free to shift the image back into the article.
If a contributor believes such a queued image to be essential to the article, despite the lack of text, he or she may decide to put it back in. However, he or she should not simply revert the article to its previous state, but make an attempt to re-size the images or create some sort of gallery section in order to deal with the original problem.
It is a good idea to use the <nowiki><gallery></nowiki> tag for queued images.
It is important that queued images not be lost when archiving of talk pages takes place.
== Revision history of articles containing images ==