To shed some light on this: I intervened as SOAP on that wiki a few times and told them to adopt the wiki. Since this wiki falls outside my vertical, this is also not something the Movies/TV team will handle further.
You can better report this on the Dev Wiki and ask if there is an update on them.
Done. For future references though, it's better to report vandalism directly on the VSTF Wiki so the entire team may notice and take action more swiftly. Thanks for the report though!
The wordmark displayed on The Rising of the Shield Hero Wiki is a svg image that is laid over the regular wordmark with css.
The second difference of why their wordmark looks bigger is because they've utilized all the available space in the 250x65 box, whereas you left quite some space on either side of the wordmark.
Report them to the VSTF on the VSTF Wiki. But in this case I already deleted them.
UCP wikis (aka the wikis on the new platform) don't have that feature supported yet.
That's because you're image is too small to serve as the wiki's background without some altering, which is why I linked you to the background help page, as you'll find the image specifics you need to create a clean background.
Additionally, you may want to check out Help:Background for more in-depth tips and tricks, as your chosen image will probably be too small to neatly serve as the background image.
When you go to the theme designer and look at the background tab, you have two options underneath the graphic image, the left one is "tile", which causes your images to show up in tiles like you're experiencing and the other one is "fix", which locks the background to the sides and makes sure that it doesn't disappear when the viewer is scrolling down. I don't know how the option would be named in French, but if you deselect that left option and possibly select the right, your issue should be resolved.
Sure, as long as you're not using it to try to sell things to people ;-)
Clear-cut vandalism would be where they change the quotes to something from another movie. Adding nonsense like what you mentioned could be perceived as unnecessary, which is something local administrators can block for, but that's not necessarily vandalism. Same with changing a quote. As long as it's a quote said by the character, it's a matter of preference, which is best gauged by the community itself, not something the VSTF will take a stance on. Additionally, their most recent edits also date back to three weeks ago at the latest, most even date back to before that, which is an additional reason for the VSTF not to get involved.
As the one who looked into your report: I can and did look at all the wikis they edited on, which also told me when they last edited on a certain wiki. Some local blocks were added, yes, but on the most recently edited wikis, their edits were not outright vandalism, some were good, some were a matter of preference. Those are not cases the VSTF will intervene in. The mere fact that someone was blocked before doesn't mean they ought to be blocked immediately again on every other wiki by the vstf.
If the spam users in question edit according to a certain pattern, you can request an Abuse Filter, but as Tupka already noted, there is no block option for users from a certain wiki. If the vandalism is too severe for you to clean up, you can always report the user/request help via the VSTF wiki.
Bonjour! Si vous allez dans vos préférences (survolez la flèche rouge à côté de votre avatar pour trouver l'option "mes préférences"), vous pouvez choisir une langue. Cependant, cela ne compte que pour l'affichage de votre compte. Le contenu réel d'un wiki sera toujours affiché dans la langue dans laquelle il a été écrit. Par exemple, vous êtes maintenant sur le centre des communautés anglais, donc toutes les pages ici sont en anglais, quelle que soit votre sélection de langue de votre compte. Si vous souhaitez consulter la version française de ce wiki, aller ici.
What exactly would you like to add to it, as you can basically design your homepage in a million different ways. Something I personally find you have to keep in mind with your design is that the homepage is your wiki's doormat: in one glance, it should reflect the atmosphere of a wiki and entice people to "come in" and join your community.
Is there an example homepage on another wiki that you like?
You best ask the local administrators to delete it for you, and if there aren't any, you best contact Fandom staff.