recently, we had a vandalizer adding him/her to the "famous players" page. This player is unknown. And the edit was undone. This vandalizer then re-adds the false info several times. The admins discussed about banning him in a discord. And I banned him for infinite, sience the admins agreed on this. Later, we find the same person (under the name akek10) admiting hes using a VPN to bypass a ban. I proceed to ban him firmly. He comes back with another VPN under the name: UnbanMeNoobs2b2t. Threating that he has infinite VPNS. And insulting us. I ban him and warmed him that wikia staff will be involved for punishment
Please help resolve this.
(I hope I did this right sience I accidentally DMEd you on the 2b2t wikia. Not the VSTF wikia)
I'm currently editing on a wiki that's using the FANDOM Creator editor and at a loss for how to display photos in an image carousel? Can't seem to figure out how or where I am supposed to be getting my image data from in order to create that widget.
Hi, I am the founder of the TMAT Wiki: http://tmat.wikia.com and was wondering if you could make it so that the URL: http://ttrmat.wikia.com also works with the website and rename it to TTRMAT Wiki instead of TMAT Wiki so that all the TMAT Wiki pages (i.e. "TMAT Wiki:Rules and Regulations") are renamed to the prefix TTRMAT Wiki (i.e. "TTRMAT Wiki:Rules and Regulations"). Also, I was wondering if there is an easier way to rename Categories because that's not currently an option on wikis and I need to rename the main category of the wiki from "Category:TMAT Wiki" to "Category:TTRMAT Wiki" without having to go through and re-add every single subcategory or page into the new category individually. Thanks.
We appreciate the assistance, but do please be careful about making bigger changes - your addition to Template:HelpSubCatHeader/Mobile did not work since help pages don't exist on other wikis (so clicking the 'random' button there wouldn't behave as intended). Good to have the repeated code converted into a template though!
Interesting thought, but I'm not sure it'll work very well - they're not likely to get updated frequently, and they'll only be useful on Community Central since categories aren't carried into shared help.
In general we want to avoid navboxes on help pages themselves, since they aren't very portable.
I'm not sure there would be much point, tbh - people aren't particularly interested in random _help_ pages (if you're looking at help, you want specific information), and it would be pretty hard to make it work across shared help.
Search box: I'm still not seeing a need for this, and I would be concerned that it may not working nicely across all wikis.
Arrow icon: using a text character probably is better than an image. However, to match breadcrumbs styling elsewhere on FANDOM, a '>' would be best. I've swapped it out for the templates I'd previously touched.
As I mentioned in some other edits, the 'random help page' button is not viable as it will not work across shared help. Why would a 'view index' button be helpful on Help:Contents?
Alright, but it should of course be an optional feature.
For the arrow, I'm okay with that, even though I prefer both 🡪 and . Before, it was an image, lol, and it was kinda hilarious.
A View Index button is the same as the "Show all articles" link, and is used as an alternative to view all help pages in one page. Plus, I think it is better to show it at the top. If you like, you can remove the Random Page button.
P.S. I've cleaned/modernized the modules in the help categories.
Sorry - I didn't notice the changed module designs. While I appreciate the sentiment, the old design was an intentional choice - I'm switching them back. (Also because bullet lists can look weirdly misaligned in this kind of situation.)
Alright. Just one last thing: Can you modify the navigation so that the first link in the Help dropdown leads to Help:Getting Started, the second link leading to Help:Contributions etc.? It would make it easier to go through these help categories.