With w:Template:Animangafooter we have genre sections. I noticed there are wikia projects for anime/manga style online games, would they be appropriate to include to even though they are interactive and not pure-consume like reading/video are?
I am having trouble finding a cover picture for the Elfen Lied anime series that I am making a review for. The dimensions need to be 640x960 or something proportional to that. I will go ahead and write the review (you can find it listed on my user page) and ask that you dig one up and add it. Thank you.
Also, I was wondering if there is a more private way for me to contact you if I need to again. Maybe an email or something. If you don't want to tell me that is fine. I don't quite know how you can tell me discreetly on here anyways. Much thanks.
Hey Sxerks, I was wondering how to edit the semantic list entries. I thought they were linked to the anime article for the wikis, but I see a mistake for the page numbers for the Yu-Gi-Oh! Wiki (full stop instead of comma) when the article shows the correct number of pages.
I am a longtime editor of wikipedia pages, and have only recently joined this one. Like all of them, it has its own style and embraces it whole-heartedly. The only undesirable part of it is having to re-learn a few of the ropes.
First off, when I entered my blog page and created my first blog on this wiki (a review on the first episode of an anime show), it gave me the option to create a series article. I haven't seen this feature on other wikis and was wondering if you could shed some light on how it works, as it is definitely something that I may want to make use of in the future.
Also, I couldn't help but notice that there are no badges. It won't deter me from being active on the site but I was simply wondering why that is so, as it serves as a nice incentive to be consistently helpful in most cases.
Finally, the editing template it quite different than on other wikis. Mostly, it is okay, but it is kind of a hassle since it seems to be an older and more incomplete version. It more resembles a source editing template than a normal one. I am only so far referring to the message wall and blog editing templates, as I have not yet edited an article.
Thanks, hope to hear from you soon. Just respond here and I will see it eventually.
The series article and forms are a part of Semantic Mediawiki (SMW), an add-on, which is on a few Wikia via request to the staff, BUT is no longer available to add, as Wikia is creating there own version, supposedly.
Badges were added to Wikia a after this wiki was created, so many people with many edits wouldn't have gotten credit for them, and they really don't seem to fit in with the Hub format.
I may not have been as clear about the editing template. Sorry. I mean that when you go into the editor, at least on the message wall and blog, it seems to be a much older version than what I am used to. If you want an example of what I mean, simply highlight a word on your reply and link it. Instead of opening a smaller dialogue box to type the URL, it resembles a source code editor.
If you want an idea of what I am talking about, simply visit your user page and edit. You will notice that it seems more updated as far as bolding, italicizing, and headings go, with a separate viewer for source editing.
I hope I am not speaking gibberish. I swear it makes sense in my head.
What's the policy on changing the wikia in the infobox?
This one is older and is the current one listed as the wiki, but this one is much larger and has more people contributing. They are both wikis to the same series.
There is an option to add "other wikias" to the page. Just add a section called other wikias. Set it up like a trivia section with these *. Add links to the wikia. Though im not sure which wikia should go in the infobox though.
There isn't an exact policy. The oldest wiki is usually the one that goes in the infobox, mainly because any created after that would have been a duplicate that could have been avoided.
But....sometimes the oldest is abandoned and has very few pages, in that case it is best to merge the two and pick the one with the best URL (xxxx.wikia.com) name as the primary. For the time being it can be added to the "other wiki" section.