Hello, it's Teal again and welcome to another blog.
I'm going to talk about a serious issue that's effecting everyone, fan shaming!
But what is fan shaming? Well fan shaming is something mistreatment and bullying just for enjoying something. Fan shaming is normally accepted as bullying, but in a lot of book and anti bullying websites, enjoying something is not included in the defence of race, religion, sexuality, weight, height, face sculpture, gender and ethnicity. Maybe we should add opinion to the list.
Fan shaming can come from both haters or other fans. Some haters may bully people for being a fan of a franchise they don't like. Here's a scenario to explain what I mean. Rosie the Cat really likes Anime. Her favourite anime is Lucky Star,…Read more >
I am just going to warn you, if you dislike anything even mildly frightening, you ought to leave now.
For anyone who does not want to waste time reading all this information, here is the link to the wiki: http://spirit-halloween-store.wikia.com/wiki/Special:WikiActivity, however, just to be clear, the main page is currently being cleaned up, so it may be best to just ignore the red link and half-slider for now. There is a poll, however, so make sure to vote!
How are you all doing? I hope you are all doing well! :)
Anyway, for anyone still reading, have you ever heard of a certain Halloween store known as Spirit Halloween? If you have not, I suggest watching one of their many eerie videos, and you'll get the idea:
https://www.youtube.com/wa…Read more >
There are three main Editors on FANDOM. Each has unique features, advantages, and disadvantages, but which one is the best? This blog will explain both what the different editors are and which is (arguably) the best.
The first editor is VisualEditor. Enabled by default, it lets users add content, formatting, and images easily and is by far the simplest to use. It also has a "source" mode, although this lacks syntax highlighting.
- Extremely easy to use.
- Displays what the page will look like when you publish it.
- Can result in poor formatting.
- Can result in sloppy code.
- Is inefficient at adding, removing, and editing Templates.
- Does not work well for easy removal and addition of Categories.
- Loads slowly.
- Does not support easy cop…
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I am JK55556, an active user of many wikis. Today, I am going to advertise my 2,500 page Flipline Fan Customers Wiki. I did a blog post on this a year ago, but that was when I didn't really know how to write. :) I also did one in 2016, and I really didn't know how to write back then either.
Flipline Studios is a company that makes restaurant-simulation games. There are many games that they make, ranging from Papa's Pizzeria (Pizza) to Papa's Cupcakeria (Cupcakes) to Papa's Scooperia (Cookie Sundaes). Basically, there are about 100 different customers that come in on different game "days" and they order their food. Your job is to make their order as good as possible. The better the order, the more points you receive. The more po…
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Hey everyone! I'm Americhino, and today, I'm here to introduce you to the Paladins Wiki!
"What is Paladins?"
Paladins is a team-based shooter with deep strategy elements and in-match character progression through decks of collectible cards. These cards amplify and augment a character’s core set of abilities in many interesting ways. Paladins will be free-to-play and is currently in open beta testing for PC, Xbox and PS4.
"Cards?" ]] Yep. In my opinion, it's one of the most unique things about Paladins that sets it apart from Overwatch or TF2, for example.
Cards are special, champion specific item that players use to buff the champion's set of abilities. Cards are only useable by the champion who unlocks them; for example, a Viktor could not use…
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Hello everybody of FANDOM! I am Diesel0307, and I want to share with you all this new project that I've been trying to work on. It is called the Nested Wiki. I wanted to make this because I really enjoy the browser game, Nested. It's a really great game that I believe should have more popularity due to how creative it is! And, so, I wanted you all to know about the Wiki I made about it!
If you didn't know already, I made a Wiki for the game called Nested. Nested is a browser game made by the French progammer, who also made the game Cookie Clicker. The game itself is about clicking on tabs and exploring a randomly generated universe through text! It is very interesting so I thought I should dedicate a Wiki to it. I created the Wiki last year…
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Ever wished for a feature like being able to add categories to dozens of pages at once or being able to test CSS and have it instantly applied to a page, instead of waiting for your cache to clear?
As a matter of fact, there might just be such a feature! This blog serves as an introduction to these add-on features, which may be found at the Dev wiki.
The short answer, Dev is a wiki. The long answer, Dev is a place where users with skill in code develop scripts that may be imported in order to add, remove, or customize features.
There are literally hundreds of different scripts and all of them are useful in some way. The ones you choose to use depends on your personal taste and what you do on FANDOM. However, I would like to list a few of my fav…
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Hey there! This is my second blogpost, and it's a promotion for my second Wikia - Electronic Arts Wiki. I've been working day after day to enhance the look of this Wikia, and I think it's time to share it to the public. We currently have 3 articles. However, YOU can help! With fixing a simple typo, you can become a part of our community.
Electronic Arts Inc. (EA) is an American video game company headquartered in Redwood City, California. Founded and incorporated on May 28, 1982 by Trip Hawkins, the company was a pioneer of the early home computer games industry and was notable for promoting the designers and programmers responsible for its games. As of September 2017, Electronic Arts is the second-largest gaming company in the Americas and…
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This blog contains the opinions and experiences of an individual who has spent a majority of not only her time on FANDOM, but also her life, reading people in general. Some of her views might not agree with yours. Please bear that in mind, as if you comment as such, you will be expected to back up your statements.
As some of you might already know, I became administrator here on Community Central approximately eight months ago. While I may have had some lapses in judgment here and there for certain, as well as some definite absences due to real life obligations, I truly feel I have learned a lot- and will continue to do so. However, there are some topics I do wish to address, especially since some new users tend to be a bit intimidated by t…Read more >
We were all new to FANDOM at some point. There are those of us who have been around since the dawn of what was then Wikicities, those of us who came in later in its development as Wikia but still have been around for a while, and many other users who may not fit into a specific "join" category; a time existed, however, when all of us were inexperienced.
Do you remember what being new was like? (I do – back in my early years, I struggled to comprehend the technical aspects of wikis, my article writing wasn't that great, and I quite frankly was very immature. Only through a lot of trial and error, and with a great amount of time and learning, have I been able to mature and improve.) For most of you, it was quite difficult at times, was it not…Read more >