I didn't delete your post last time and leave at that, to address your implication in your post. I'm not sure if you didn't see my message, but I also reached out to you with suggestions, including the same one you were presented here. I'm sorry if you felt unheard due to that, though.
Ultimately, no, unfortunately you can't go around that restriction until you confirm your email address. Maybe you can see if you can borrow a friend's device to confirm your email address, if it isn't working out with your family. Wishing you best with getting this resolved!
I don't think they meant to imply it's their wiki. There's a game called My Singing Monsters and I assume they're referring to its wiki, especially since their avatar is from that game.
No. I'm merely an administrator of this wiki.
Please keep GotenSakurauchi's points in mind. Don't feed the trolls (and please don't ping them, @Shetland Pony - not here, not anywhere else), ignore their pings, and report them to Fandom staff.
I'm going to lock this post now as no further input is required.
Please contact Fandom staff about it. And I've removed the link so that people here don't get exposed to sensitive contents. It's best to not share links to such contents around unless needed! Do provide the link to Fandom staff, though, since they'd need it to take action.
Please contact them on their message wall to inquire about the block.
As we can't help you further than suggesting that, I'm going to lock this post to prevent any escalation. 🙂
The tabbers aren't a good alternative to tabview in this case because of the reasons Jdw99 mentioned.
A better and simple solution to this would be to add links to separate pages on the top of each relevant page, which you can customize to look like tabs. You can see an example of such method there.
This is enough. Community Central Discussions isn't a place to hold arguments. I've deleted all the replies engaging in such. NeptuneDrawzz and Skid and Mudflap, you both can feel free to talk it out on message wall as long as it's kept civil and constructive. And please direct your concerns to Fandom staff.
I'm going to lock this post now to prevent any further escalation.
That wiki restricts making posts to autoconfirmed users. That means your account has to be at least four days old in order to be able to post there!
Have you confirmed your email? If not, please confirm it. That might be causing the issue.
Have Fandom staff responded to you yet? If not, then it can take several days for them to get back to you so you'll have to wait.
And on which wiki is this occurring on? Have you reported this person to the administrators of that wiki?
Also, profanity is disallowed on this wiki and so are images containing it. 🙂
I've edited your post title to make it clearer. In future, please make your post titles reflective of what you're seeking help with, since our guidelines require it. 🙂
And we don't allow users to create articles in main namespace here on Community Central, which's what you were trying to do in the attempt that you linked. This wiki isn't the right place for it.
Yeah, that's going to require plenty modification for sure. Let me know if you need help with that, FendCat. 😃
I vouch for HumansCanWinElves's idea. If you'd need to fetch the air dates of multiple episodes, then you can incorporate #switch into the template.
All you can do is to contact the administrator who blocked you on their Community Central message wall to appeal the block, if you haven't already. If they're unwilling to block you, though, then there's nothing you can do about it other than moving on from that community.