• 2Actimv
    After part 1 comes part 2 without a doubt. So here it is. In part 1 I've given some examples on what you may want to tell on your profile. Now I'm going to give you some tips on what you might want to show on your profile. And believe me, you definitely can show a lot.

    If you're going to design a user page for a particular wiki you can add some helpful links for new users or users who don't know what to do. Think about the guidelines and rules, but also about the current projects etc. You can also post some links to pages you've been busy on lately and which you really like now. Besides that you can give some links to interesting blog posts you've written in the past. And last but not least you can post a quote.

    As you might already have see…

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  • Winter7073

    Skyscraper Wiki

    February 29, 2016 by Winter7073

    Hello! Is anyone interested in skyscrapers and the highest buildings on earth? If yes, please check Skyscraper Wiki! Feel free to edit and create pages!

    Skyscraper Wiki doesn't really need very long pages, it is more like a wiki showing the most important information about the building or tower. But maybe you can help the wiki build up the pages!

    The wiki shows skyscrapers, buildings and towers in these categories: Built skyscrapers, Under Construction skyscrapers, On-hold skyscrapers, Proposed skyscrapers and Stale Proposal skyscrapers.

    Buildings that are 250 m high or higher will be added there. That means skyscrapers under 250 m are not allowed!

    A skyscraper is a very tall building, usually more than 150 meters (500 feet) in height. A highri…

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  • 2Actimv

    Since I had been redesigning my user page again last weeks I started thinking about writing a blog post about how to create a nice profile for yourself. It's going to be a small series in which I'm going to tell stuff about what you can tell on your profile, what you may want to add and how you design a fancy box to put it all into.

    In this part I'm going to give you some ideas on what to add to your profile. Please remember you're free to add what you want. The user page is your own place to do what you like.

    This is something you may want to skip adding, because it's not really necessary. Usually users add something like 'hello', 'welcome on my profile', 'I'm [username]'.

    If you're not a new user to wikia, you may have used an other account…

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  • KCCreations

    Joining a "Big Wiki(a)"

    February 27, 2016 by KCCreations

    Congratulations! You've just stumbled upon a wiki(a) to which you really, really want to contribute. It has an active community, the environment is stable, and there's lots of content...

    Only problem: You're afraid of joining it.

    Never fear—from experience, I'm giving you a couple of tips on what to do to make yourself less afraid. There is no guarantee that they will work, however...but hey, you'll never know if you don't try first. ;)

    (Disclaimer: I am in no way trying to intimidate you; I'm just speaking from experience.)

    First things first: observe the wiki(a). Familiarize yourself with its policies, its general style, and its users. Make sure you understand the policies fully, the style well, and the users well also. Be patient, however, as …

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  • Slyst

    Helping out on Central

    February 25, 2016 by Slyst

    Community Central is Wikia's central help hub. Day in, day out, users come along seeking help with all sorts of things. Helping out can be a very strenuous work here at Wikia, especially if you don't know what you're doing. I have tried to explain how to tackle a help request in this blog.

    Footnote: the title can be a bit misleading as everything given here does not exclusively apply to Community Central.

    • Understand the question: One of the most basic and common mistakes you're prone to make when assisting other users is misunderstanding the question. Not everyone has a good English; not everyone knows how to express what they're thinking in a way the listener would understand. Always try to interpret what the other person is asking. You can a…

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  • Yatalu

    Asking help in CC chat

    February 21, 2016 by Yatalu

    (Just something I quickly scribbled together ^- ^ didn't plan on making it into a blog but posting it anyway. Enjoy!)

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  • BeyonderGodOmnipotent

    Hello! so people wanted to start this early before i forget so alot of people want to help rank Wikia higher than before and i will list a few different methods on how US wikia users can help! because we want wikia to be around the 13th maybe even the 10th highest ranked.

    First thing is the whole keeping the wikia active meaning having discussions and or answering/asking questions will get Alexa to see we are a very social media outlet for people to hangout.

    Adding pictures that is relevant in profiles,blogs, and or in the forums is key factor because google bots+alexa bots will start to handle the ranking of the images by name and the way we place it meaning to us we wikia users need to give it a good name instead of random numbers.

    Your pr…

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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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