Hello! I'm new-ish to this wiki and had a question about which wiki goes in the infobox and which is in ==Other Wikias== when there's two for an anime (in this case, Houkago no Pleiades). I asked on the forums and got an answer, but I'm still confused and wanted to ask.
So when one wiki was made first but was edited a long time ago and the other was made later and was edited closer to today, which should go in the infobox and which is in "other wikis"? Thanks in advance! ^^
It's not always the first that should go in the infobox. It mainly depends on the number of pages(not just a large number of blank pages either) and editing activity and also which wikis web address is better(which can be subjective). Also, the wikis should really merge if possible.
Unfortunately, this was the first and only time the wikis came in contact, and nothing happened. I don't see them merging, but it's worth a shot. I looked up some info for the infobox situation: w:c:wish-upon-the-pleiades: 10 pages, 3 have complete info. 1 registered editor, last edit: April 9, 2016. Web address is the official English title. w:c:houkago-no-pleiades: 10 pages, 2 complete, 1 half complete. 3 registered editors, last edit: January 21, 2016 (Wikia contributor). Web address is the Japanese title. Based on this, should it be the wish-upon-the-pleiades? Or should it be houkago-no-pleiades?
Hi! So I saw the redirect and now see why "Princess Jellyfish" yielded no results last night when I looked for an existing page from the link on the request form. The previous admin must've created a page under the name "Jellyfish Princess."
Unfortunately, this is a bit of a misnomer. The manga, the anime, and the live action movie are all translated into English with the title as "Princess Jellyfish." The wiki's sitename is now Princess Jellyfish. I think it would be great to network with the correct name.
Hi, I've been going around, searching for people interested in Skip Beat! because Pied Piper has started a Kickstarter for the series to get a DVD and possible Blu-Ray release with an English Dub! If you're a fan and interested, here's the link:
Hey there, I'm a bureaucrat from the RWBY Wiki, and we decided to help launch the new television footers thing. As a result we've replaced the animanga footer on our homepage with the new Animated (adult) footer.
heyo, so i was wondering how one would get their anime wiki on a footer or if you would even accept it because its fairly only now (although still popular).
so i run the real future diary (mirai nikki) wiki  and was wondering if there was any way to get that put on a footer somewhere so that the anime and manga can get more exposure but also so that i can put a footer on the wiki since im not even sure what category to file it under? action probably.
anyways if you have any idea and could get back to me thatd be great! Thanks!
The thing is these types of footers just end up being walls of text. Years ago the Animanga footer had ALL the wikis on it and it was terrible. Maybe updating the Animanga footer with more options would be a better solution.
Or to tab the new options in the template in a more fluid manner than the current way some wikis use - but to be fair, I'm not sure whether that's compatible with the horrible mobile skin. There's some footers that are of limited usefulness like the Funi one - that company licenses a lot of animes and its a little indiscriminate. Arguably, only anime-first wikis (like the meteoric Charlote) need an animation studio footer - even those are of limited usefulness. I'd also argue that the strongest clearly defined topical similarity between two mangas is probably magazine (if not genre, but the hard work of this wiki also makes that redundant).
The specific reason for the footer is that affiliating the normal way is impossible in most cases and the footer is the best way to leverage this expansion.