Agreed but it's not like it's easy or even normally expected to access that skin from desktop anyway.
@Hiandrew yes and no. Yes because when they click on the view full site button, they will see FD. No because by default, they see the mobile skin.
Old skin = restoration of oasis
@Andrewds1021 I think they were advised to move to a new host to keep their content archived either way. Well, as long as the wiki's content is archived somewhere else, I don't see the issue with shutting down early.
Because the Fandom staff don't want to maintain multiple skins at once. It would cost more time and money plus updates will come slower, hence why they made one unified skin.
Tbh, idk, but I do know the second wiki created, which is the Bahrain Wiki.
It would be this wiki.
From 2004-2010, the main skin was Monaco and they had Monobook, then it changed to Oasis in 2010 and 11 years later, it changed to FD.
No, it's not back and it isn't coming back.
I think it is an issue on their end and they were probably rushed to change the logo everywhere. If you want, you can contact them to reduce the image's size and they may be able to fix it in a few days.
Go to Fandom's Zendesk page, type your email address, and then in the "Please choose the category that best fits your issue", field, click on the dropdown, then select "I want to change a wiki's name of URL", then type the URL of the wiki in its corresponding field. Tell them in the subject field that you want a URL change, and in the description field, tell them what new URL you want.
^ discussion mods to be more precise as to which mods can delete them.
To explain it in another way, content moderators are people who have more rights that allow them to control pages more easily, rather than users. They're the ones responsible for protecting or deleting pages, for example.
I'm a content moderator on that wiki, and I made that page redirect to the target page. Basically, I went to the first link that you have posted, then clicked on the "SML" link where it said "Redirected from "SML"", then edited that page and made it redirect to SML (Channel) instead of SML (4th Channel).
Anyways, next time, don't revive an old thread, and instead, make a new one, or even leave a message on my wall, since I am a content moderator over there.
Not really but you can mention that you're no longer going to be a part of the wiki's community so that people will talk to you less there.
You are allowed to protect a small number of pages and not most of the pages, because it is against the global policies and defeats the purpose of a wiki, which is to edit pages.