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  • Josephyr

    Josephyr's Top 3

    February 16, 2016 by Josephyr

    Hello all!

    

I am Josephyr, and I am writing this because I’m addicted to Wikia going to share a couple of my favorite things about Wikia!

    

So, as a quick background overview, I first found Wikia after I Google-searched a game my brother was playing. Upon stumbling upon this thing called a “wiki”, I was instantly shocked at how organized and creatively it was set up. I quickly dove into editing, and every since then, it’s become one of my favorite pastimes. 

So since that is all clear, let me jump right into my favorite things about Wikia!




    1. The ability to create a wiki on any topic, and edit and grow it into a wonderful database.



    This was, and still is, my #1 favorite thing about Wikia. Battle Nations (the game I mentioned earlier) was s…


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  • Noreplyz

    Custom Admin Highlighting

    February 15, 2016 by Noreplyz

    This is the go to blog for highlighting admins in your wiki! If you feel like there is more to be covered, leave a message below!


    You will see that many wikis have admins that have bolded and coloured usernames, maybe with a picture or flashy text. It's important to highlight admins because they are often experienced with the wiki's topic and administration, so you can easily identify someone who can help you out. It's also helpful when reviewing WikiActivity or RecentChanges, because most admins will have trustworthy edits, and it's easier to spot them out! You can also change the theme of comments to better differentiate between moderators, admins and bureaucrats for larger wikis.

    This blog post will delve into several methods you can use …


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  • RansomTime

    Hey all. This blog is a quick FYI on unofficial Wikia community groups.

    For background, community central is an official wiki, it's ran by Wikia and Admins and Mods are chosen by staff. By contrast, the Wikia community channels I'm listing are unofficial, ran by Wikians according to their rules, but as general purpose hang out areas for the Wikia community. Most of them were made before chat was a feature on Wikia, and so there was a greater need to have a way of communication with Wikians. Some of them can be useful on mobile devices (where we can't get to chat), and they're also useful because you can send a message (public/private) to someone who's offline, and they'll get it later.


    IRC is a text-based chat platform. Way way back, Wikia u…


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  • BeyonderGodOmnipotent
    1. Wikia was once called Wikicities!
    2. Wikia was founded by Jimmy Wales and Angela Beesley Starling
    3. Wikia was founded October 18 2004 (Only 8 days after my birthday lol) only 3 years AFTER Wikipedia was created on January 15th 2001
    4. Wikia has a estimated 8 Million DIFFERENT pages greater THAN wikipedia!
    5. Wikia has 360,000+ different communities!
    6. Wikia TOP active communities goes to the Marvel and DC Wikia's
    7. Wikia has 200 Employees!
    8. Wikia alexa rank is 98! and is slowly making its way up the ranks!
    9. Wikia is the only wiki source with the BEST known designing system!
    10. Wikia isnt the oldest but is one the most viewed sites to date!
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  • TheV1ct0ri0u5

    Wikia is a very interactive and fun place once you start getting involved. But, where do I start? Do you see that welcoming "Register" button on the top right side? That is where your Wikia Journey begins...


    You might be thinking "Alright, so I've got an account, what now?" Well, let's take a look at what Wikia is...


    Wikia is an open environment for you to share your knowledge and passions, whether it be informational, fan, or straight up entertainment for others. Looking for somewhere to share your knowledge on Star Wars? Wikia has it! Do you absolutely love Minecraft? Wikia is there for you! Do you happen to be a Brony or Pegasister? Check out the MLP Wiki! Wikia has it all.

    Wikia also has a program called Fandom.

    Wikia's Fandom encourages expr…



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  • Pinkgirl234

    Community Central Wiki is the main wiki in the entire Wikia. It is a wiki where users from different wikis gather together to collaborate and help one another depending on the help needed or a situation/issue that needs a good solution. Aside from the Rules and Guidelines set up for the Community Central Wiki, there are does and don’ts that you have to observe whenever you are in Community Central. Allow me to list down all the the things to do that will serve as your guide to the Community Central Wikia.


    Do try tune in or keep up-to-date for all the latest changes. Community Central is a place where you can found all the latest updates and news around Wikia. People often have questions to why this or that is occurring around Wikia at the …

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  • Bermuda

    Cities Skylines Wikia

    January 29, 2016 by Bermuda

    Hello, it's me.

    I read Sannse's blog and I thought #yolo.





    Skylines Wikia

    Home page • About us • The game



    Today, I am introducing a newly created wikia, established on September 2015, about a recent-release city-building video game called Cities: Skylines for the PC (and soon-to-be Xbox One), developed by Colossal Order and published by Paradox Interactive. Cities: Skylines is a simulation city builder that let's you take on the role of a mayor, city planner, modder, and more.

    Cities: Skylines has two expansion packs: one that has been released and one that was just recently announced a few days ago. With the recent announcement of an upcoming expansion pack, I thought about bringing in more contributors by promoting the wikia and building more page…






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  • Noreplyz

    5 Tips for Adopting a Wiki

    January 27, 2016 by Noreplyz

    Hey again! Here are a few tips for you that will ensure you are able to adopt the inactive wiki you have been working on.



    between adoptions of contributions of useful, related content


    There's a few requirements for you to check, to make sure your adoption goes through without hassle.

    Make sure you have not adopted within the last month, that you're not currently blocked on another wiki in Wikia. Also check that you have contributed for at least a week and that you've created one useful page - the more the better, to show you are dedicated to the wiki.


    Make sure you write up a blog post, forum post or some other thread on the Forums at your Wiki. It should be a short and sweet notice that you want to adopt the wiki, and ask the active community what…




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  • ZeroTigress

    Ragnarök Wiki

    January 26, 2016 by ZeroTigress

    Hi, I'm ZeroTigress, current admin of the Ragnarök Wiki. What is the Ragnarök Wiki, you ask?

    The Ragnarök Wiki is a wiki centered on archiving the entire Ragnarök franchise, which started with the Korean manhwa written by Lee Myung-Jin. The manhwa spawned 2 online games and a multitude of spin-offs and merchandise. What we need help most with the wiki are with information about the spin-offs and people to manage the German, Portuguese, and Japanese versions of the wiki. We welcome anyone to come join the community as long as they adhere to the wiki's editing policies and are respectful to their fellow contributors. If you are unable to write articles, that's fine! We could use translators to translate articles on the Ragnarök Wiki into Germ…

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  • Sannse

    Everyone is welcome to write about their community on Community Central's blogs, whether it's an old and established wiki, or one that's brand new.

    The two most important things in doing this are to provide a link to the wiki, and make sure you explain what the project is about.

    Blogs that are just a sentence or two long, and don't include a link or an explanation are not going to attract any attention, and may even be deleted. Remember, most people on Central will have very different interests to you. So you need to try and encourage them to come to see your project anyway.

    When you create your blog post, you need to think about what you want people to know. And what those people will want to know. The Community Central community might be inter…

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