What you need to do is upload an image at the exact size you want to use it, then get it's url (go to the file page and click the image). If you then use this url in your signature, it will work on any wiki.
If you are the founder or admin of a closed wiki, you can discuss the closure with Staff via Special:Contact. Staff will not discuss wiki closures in a public forum.
I can't give you an answer to your later questions as I believe that would require server-side related changes, but let me clear up the definitions of redirects:
#REDIRECT [[Target page]]. When a page with a hard redirect is visited, it automatically redirects you (and shows this in the page heading subtitle).
Ciencia Al Poder wrote:
BertH wrote: To circle back and clarify on the thread's main topic — as detailed in the initial post:
This isn't true from the screenshots I've taken (where my screen size is 1440px wide). Please clarify if this is something it's going to change in the future or if there's a bug in the current implementation.
Seconded. I'm using a 1336px display on my laptop, and I am seeing the old fixed width as well.
Sorry, but these forums are for help and advice on Wikia-related topics. I suggest you use a search engine such as Google to find a site more suited to your query.
Communtiy Central is using Darwin, a new project which allows the width and layout of a wiki to change depending on your screen size. A current bug of Darwin is as you describe - the edit preview is rather narrow. This will hopefully be fixed soon.
For more information, see the blog linked above, or visit the Darwin forum.
RRabbit42 wrote: Let me make sure I got this straight. First we had Monobook, which could fit any size of monitor. That was replaced by the Wikia skin because Wikia (the company) couldn't maintain code on two different skins and was a fixed width. Now the Wikia skin will be replaced by Darwin, which can fit any size monitor and is also because Wikia can't maintain code on two different skins.
So... in 2015 are we going to have yet another skin and go back to the fixed width?
Er, not quite. Monobook exists still as an alternative skin. It was Monaco which was replaced. Darwin isn't a new skin - it's an improvement to the existing Wikia/Oasis skin - hence why it will eventually become the norm. The Wikia team don't want to maintain two versions of the same skin, as it is rather unnecessary duplication and would cause more problems with development.
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Please report any suspect advertisments to Special:Contact.
Of course using ad blockers are allowed.
However, I feel I must point out that Wikia hosts wikis at no charge to users, so advertising is the only way they can pay for the wonderful Staffers and engineers who keep the site running; as well as maintenance costs of servers and other equipment. So, if you want to support your favorite wikifarm, it might be good to keep the adverts (or at least hide only a few).
I've just made the change for you - it seems to work fine now.
It is likely that some templates from the English wiki are using older code, and others the new code. This is why only some seem to work on your wiki, as your wiki doesn't use the old script.
The English wiki is using an older script for collapsible tables. Wikis now have this script built in, but you need to change the template slightly.
Replace all instances of 'collapsible' with 'mw-collapsible', and 'collapsed' with 'mw-collapsed' in your template. It should then work fine.
X-IT wrote: you spelt template wrong in the url. should make all the difference.
No, that is the correct spelling for Indonesian wikis.
Please don't use the Community Central forums to request to be unbanned on another wiki - especially on behalf of another user. Instead, the Justin should contact the admin who blocked them on their wall.
The license Wikia uses means others can use content from one wiki on another so long as they attribute the original authors (usually, this is through the page history if the page is imported).
In your case, the user has copy/pasted (at least some of) the content with no attribution, so you can potentially report the content to Staff via Special:Contact. However, it is good manners to first ask the user to attribute. If they refuse, you should then report the content.
As for the user's age, unless there is written proof by the user in the form of an edit stating their age (and/or DOB), there are no grounds for Staff to globally ban them. Unfortunately, chat is not a valid form of proof as screenshots and chatlogs are easily alterable.