So you'll ban me from the Pokemon wiki because I'm not an obedient little [expletive] who took my [expletive] punishment when Zane T 69 banned me from the Supernatural wiki any though all I did was say "[expletive]" 2 years ago on a wiki about a show that has swear words every [expletive] episode? "Oh he said [expletive], oh no. What about the children? Sure Supernatural isn't at all for kids, I mean they swear every episode, but think of the children." [expletive] you. Go die of aids you whiny insibid snowflake.
I have removed the expletives and given you a block from this place for your immature and inappropriate behavior. Note that the words damn, hell, crap, ass [not assh***], piss, and bastard (when not directed against anyone) are the only exceptions due to their minor level of profanity - those words don't count as swearing here. All the expletives you used in your comment are not permitted here, and neither are the insults (especially the demand in that last sentence, which is completely discriminatory).
I am going to report this to FANDOM staff and request either a warning or (more likely) a global block against your account for your crosswiki nonsense.
Also, I am not an administrator on the Supernatural wiki, they appear to allow the profanity only in quotes on a few pages (just from my search of the f bomb itself) but swearing such as against others is inappropriate. I'm not an administrator there, so I don't have control of their policies. All I have control of is how I deal with you continuously cussing, bringing drama, and violating policies on here and the Pokémon Wiki.
I don't see any reason to delete the episode guide - at least without having a proper conversation about it beforehand in the talk pages, or tagging it under 'Candidates for Deletion' so that the community has a chance to discuss it first. It is much more informative than a simple list of episodes and serves a different purpose altogether.
I've actually made the merge I suggested to make the information more accessible. Someone can also probably re-add those viewer ratings since I copied them from the redirected "episode list" page, which didn't have them As for it being also available on the season pages, the episode list serves as a quick hub to see all the episodes as you've said and the users on that Phineas and Ferb Wiki do this as well. Maybe the episodes section of the season pages can be transcluded onto the list of all episodes and editing the list of all episodes would require editing the season page's episode list, like how the trivia and errors season pages on the Phineas and Ferb Wiki transclude the sections of the episodes' pages.
It looks great, and it is so much more accessible this way! Between the episode list and the season pages, the three are a lot more distinct and informative now - and I really love the idea of transcluding the information directly off of the season pages. It'll really help with keeping everything up to date and in sync, not to mention cutting the workload in half.
I've never checked out the Trivia/Errors pages before, but I'm really thrilled at the idea of transcluding mass information like that. If everyone else finds it neat then It'll be exciting to incorporate into different areas of our wiki - we can definitely use a few links under our 'List' section in the header, if we go that route.
I refreshed the page and saw it in the proper order. It's only if you click "Title" and then view it then it'll begin with Christmas Peril, then click it again and it'll begin with World Without Milo. It's best to just not click Title, and just reload the page.
ThePokémonGamer wrote: I refreshed the page and saw it in the proper order. It's only if you click "Title" and then view it then it'll begin with Christmas Peril, then click it again and it'll begin with World Without Milo. It's best to just not click Title, and just reload the page.
I just want to add that clicking "title" orders the list alphabetically according to the "title" column (and clicking it again reverses the order so it goes from Z to A (which is when World Without Milo gets on top)). If you want to reorder them as they were released on TV (and don't want to move your mouse that extra distance to the refresh button) you can click "No. in series" or "No. in season" and it will reorder the episodes so that those columns are in order.
This is your only edit. You have to wait first and make something like some thousands of edits or have a long history of contributing and having experience with the wiki and subject. And then get a consensus between administrators and/or community discussion to be promoted.
Ok, Thank you I understand. But I just wanted to let you know that I read everything already, including the Administrators page on how to become an Administrator. I have some questions. About the votting thing. I think I know how it works. You baseically Undo what other users do wrong and correct them to stear them in the right direction. Is that it or is there more to it than that ? I was wondering because I was confused of these marks. # * What do they mean ? And what do I use them for ?
I'd rather leave undo for edits that are incorrect or rollback if it's vandalism that doesn't need to be explained or a mass amount of edits by a single user making the same widespread mistake with all the same type of edits. If you rollback a non-vandalism edit that should be explained further, you can use their message wall to discuss it. Obviously you don't yet have the rollback button but if you ever receive that user right that's how it's done. Voting is also the best way as it's done through overall community consensus and/or between the administrators as well.
Hi ThePokémonGamer. I approved your request, and I just uploaded a new version of the background and logo. I found a large version of the previous background image and used it. For the logo, I found a transparent version of the current logo as seen on the official site and added WIKI to it.
I'm okay with it if you want to request a new background. It's best to have a background that isn't a single picture being looped over and over again. And the transparent effect on Milo in the show name on the wiki wordmark looks rather awkward. It can also have "Wiki" written on it, it doesn't really matter for that part.
Yup, I requested it as intended and received a message - they've updated it to include a better background that isn't being the same image looped over and over again, and it includes Wiki in the logo name.