Because it's used in a lot of places and they're bound to be overlooked. There are probably still places that call it "Wikia".
You can send in a support ticket if you find an instance.
That's to signify that it was previously a Gamepedia community.
#dplreplace is a parser function hook, not an extension. If DPL3 is not already visible in Special:Version, contact Fandom to activate it on your wiki.
If DPL is enabled on the wiki, you can use Regex in #dplreplace.
It's not going to be undone nor is it temporary. there are some bugs with it, but whether this is bug or design depends on "Slanted".
What does it look like to you when you don't use OasisRevived? An update to Discussions was pushed live today, so the most probable cause is OasisRevived hasn't been updated yet.
You can make an account on your 13th (or 16th in some jurisdictions) birthday. While it takes 96 hours to get autoconfirmed, plenty of wikis are open to contribute at that time.
1) You can go to the Discussions main page, click "Categories" and there's an Edit at the bottom
It does not care if a template is used multiple times. It only throws this error if within one template, one parameter is mentioned twice. It could be empty, but it's used double.
If you untick "Show previews without reloading the page" in your preferences and preview the page in Source Mode, it gives a message with the specific parameter used multiple times.
In this case, "Fuelburn4" is used twice in the Boeing 737 MAX section's infobox. Either the wrong value is used, or the wrong parameter name.
Post what on which wiki?
How old is your account, and have you confirmed your email address?
Took some digging, but re: security issues:
Also, because it got buried: 2 is not a glitch. It was always the number of edits, not the number of headers.
And 8: yes, that's why there's JS review and a MediaWiki whitelist.
They've been tightening rules on content this year. Chat and primarily social wikis are also no longer allowed, as are non-notable living people and sexual content. Should you be worried about your wikis? Depends what the wikis are about.
Tons of wikis get closed all the time, and I don't think they have a public list. Even if they had, it'd be filled with so much crud it wouldn't be navigable.
The Polandball decision was announced and not everyone agreed with it, but at least they were given time to move to a different platform. And while Fandom is absolutely biased, their core value is kissing the butt that feeds them - controversial wikis are bad for SEO and ad sales.
I found a reddit thread from 7 months ago from someone saying it was closed. So it's been gone that long.
I've found one link on that wiki, and it appears purely cosmetic.
What exactly do you mean with "I depend a lot on in-text links for my wiki"? I think I found the wiki you're talking about (Daevapedia?) but it doesn't seem to use any styling of text or links.
Using color to convey specific meaning is generally a bad idea for accessibility reasons, so if you were to take this to Fandom as feedback, at most you're going to get back is "don't do that".