Have you confirmed your email? If not, do that.
Also, some wikis require you to be autoconfirmed (registered for 4 days) before being able to comment.
Just upload it like you would upload any other profile picture. Preferably square and less than 500 kb.
For your first question, you can find the websites you visit from your browser history.
And as to your second question, see this help article https://community.fandom.com/wiki/Help:Moving_pages
What do you mean? @GangerGirl234
This article might have some helpful tips for you with regards to building your wiki and its community.
If they've been spamming and/or vandalising, report them to SOAP ( https://soap.fandom.com )
You have discussions and the Discord server if you want to "chat". And even comments for that matter.
Be aware that wikis are not chatrooms, there are several platforms out there for this exact purpose.
On the top of the template page there should be an option to change or add its classification.
What exactly happens when you use source? Can you give a link to a page where you tried to make edits via source and the result?
I would assume you just upload it normally, like how you would add some other profile pic. Haven't every done it so I can't be 100% sure, but I think UCP natively supports this.
Also, read this help article: Help:Site notice | Community Central | Fandom
Administrators have all the permissions of content mods and thread mods and more, so even they can add categories to discussions posts.
Well, they said our navboxes use this template as the base, which doesn't have a method of collapsing.
In their own words, "I would recommend converting FoE's navboxes to use Lua navboxes which has all of the features you would need and can be customized through CSS."
Click on "VIEW FULL SITE" right at the bottom of the page.
Contact staff to know the reason (Fandom (zendesk.com))
I recently asked the same query to my WR and they told me to use Lua templates. Maybe someone having knowledge of it will be able to tell you how to proceed.
Until then, this might be useful to you: Help:Collapsing | Community Central | Fandom
What is the wiki? Give a link.
Make sure its .png having size 500x500 px or less. Upload it with the name Site-logo.png
Read this part of the ThemeDesigner help article.
Go here, it should be pretty straightforward then on: