Since you are part of the staff of fandom, I need you to do something on the SML wikia, a bunch of idiots blocked me for infinite since, I spam editted, but it wasn't intentionaland idn't meant to do it, on discord (an chat application) they are being rude to me even though I apolagized, they are giving dumb reasons to not get me unblocked, please, block them all for 1 month, they are saying lies about me, they got the whole wiki to insult me.....etc, and don't forget to get me unblocked. Here are thr pages of these people so you can block them
I'm having troubles with theme designer on Disney Wiki. I can't upload the wallpapers or wordmarks I want and it's not displaying properly. I've also been experiencing over issues. Every time I leave the internet while still logged in I return to discover myself logged out.
I'd like to import my table to wikia but when i paste it or use some converters, i see only text. I want to see the same formating (colors, text font and size, borderings, cells sizes etc. ) as on excel.
You may have better luck setting up the structure of the table on the wiki page first, then pasting in the cell contents, then adding the formatting. This is more manual and may take a bit longer, but is probably a better use of your time. Struggling with direct conversion methods may never get you the result you're looking for, for various reasons. Some customizations, notably fonts, just work much differently on a website than they do in a software program.
I'm a big fan of Excel myself and I love styling spreadsheets to make them interesting and help present data in a clear way. But you should consider that some things that work well in Excel may not be appropriate for the audience of a website. You should ask yourself if all the styling, color and fonts are truly necessary.
With all that said, if you still want to seek out conversion options, my advice is to post this question on the technical help forum board, where other users may have some tips and suggestions.
I'm sorry to bother you, but the conflict in my wiki surrounding one user might make its way here, and I want to inform you of the situation.
The user Jdogno7 originally joined our wiki back in 2015, but was banned after having several arguments and dissagreements with the admins and high ranking contributors. These included his insistency to replace all semi-colons with colons (even though the use of the semi-colon was correct), replace the "and" with "as well as," and altering a list of names because he felt it was better his way, when they way we were using was canon in the books our wiki is based on. The admins tried several times to reason with him, but as I said, he was banned for not heeding their advice. From what I have come to understand, he was banned from other wikis around this time for similar behaviour (link provided).
Now, two years later, we decided to give him another chance. But, as before, we encountered problems. This time, Jdogno7 was insistant on changing an article from plural to singular, and continued to make alterations to semi-colons and minute words despite the admins and contributors telling him that his edits were wrong.
To be fair, one or two of his alterations were fine, and we allowed them. But when two of our most active contributors attempted to educate Jdogno7 on what he did wrong, he instead chose to pick apart every part of their—and my own—responces and reply to them with segmented responces, such as, "What do you mean by this?" "Who did I offend?" "Just because the community aggrees on something doesn't mean it's right." I will provide links to all of these encounters if you would like to see the full story, but I do warn you that his responces are very repetative after a while.
Eventually it got to a point where the contributors were asking me to get involved, since his edits were disrupting the wiki, and he wasn't listening to their attempts to help him improve. I gave him several warnings, but he continued to act the same, picking apart my posts and responding with those quick answers instead of defending his argument for why the changes should have been made in the first place. Eventually, when he learned about the discussions between the contributors and I, he posted that the contributor who first called this to my attention was, and I quote, "A troublemaker and a liar who viciously persecutes anyone who dares disagree with them while self-righteously acting like a victim whenever they are rebuked for such behaviour." For this, and a similar insult towards myself where he said, "You are allowed to point out the flaws in my arguments but I am not allowed to do so in yours? That is absolute arrogance," I banned him.
Not an hour after I banned him, he left another reply on my page on a different wiki (link provided) where he feinted innocence and demanded that I be as descriptive as possible when describing the reason for his ban. The one that stands out the most to me is that he claims not to know how he insulted me and the contributors, but as I have provided you the quotes from the third thread, you will see that he is feinting innocence.
He ended his post by saying that he wanted to duscuss the ban with me before the issue got to Community Central, but unfortunately, I feel that is no longer a possability. He is a disruptive person who prefers to start conflict over minor gramatical alterations than to actually improve an article (his one or two improvements to articles were on pages and topics he was already debating over). As such, I have come to warn and inform you of his actions, in case he does come forward and try to claim we should restore his status on the Deltora Quest Wiki.
I am sorry for this inconvenience, but insulting contributors is where I, as an admin, must put my foot down and defend their rights against people like him. Hopefully he will choose his battles this time and not contact you about this issue, but in case he does, I wanted you to be as infomred as possible.
Thanks for the background. In general, FANDOM staff does not get involved in local blocks and defers to the judgement of the admins. If you believe that someone is disrupting the community, it is your prerogative to block them.
Community Central can be used as a "neutral" area to talk with blocked users, but it's up to you about how much you want to engage with the user here.
Holy hell, that's a lot of spam. I collected a short list of spammers and put a report on VSTF Wiki, as I don't think anonymous users can edit on it. I'll look if there's spam I didn't put in my report.
For the person changing profile pictures, I think it would be a local issue that should be left to local admins. If none are active, somebody might want to consider adopting it (note: you need an account in order to adopt a wiki)
sorry just noticed @ KockaAdmiralac just reported the spam. thanks very much. i have noticed one user whos very active on the buffy wiki. they deserve to be an admin. unfortunally i have no way to contact them. i hope the spam is deleted soon. and to the user adding bad photos. i hope it stops and someone else can revert the edits.