The first step to publishing your dictionary on Webonary is to fill out the application for a Webonary account.
> Application Form Instructions
> Best Practices
> Lexical Data Transfer to Webonary
> Editing Pages
> Creating Browse Views
> Adding Pictures in Lexical Data
> Adding Sound Files in Lexical Data
> Special Character Buttons
> Setting up a Font
> Multilingual Setup
Ready To Publish
When you are ready for your published Webonary dictionary to be added to the Dropdown box of Published dictionaries and to the Map on the Home page, please contact us. After your dictionary is published, it will appear as an OLAC resource on the Ethnologue page for the dictionary language. i.e. https://www.language-archives.org/language/loj
To track the traffic on your site, you may sign up for a free Google account at www.google.com/analytics. This will provide you with a Google Analytics ID which you can paste here: https://languagename.webonary.work/wp-admin/options-general.php?page=google-analytics-input-plugin%2Fgoogle-analytics-input.php Then you will be able to see traffic statistics on the Google Analytics page.
Spread the word
If you are excited about the opportunity to publish a dictionary on Webonary, here is a Webonary brochure for you to download, print, and share with your colleagues, so they can learn about the opportunity to publish on Webonary as well.