Go to Special:ConfirmEmail and send an activation email to the designated address. Once you've done that, you will have to check your email (also check your spam folders) to find the activation - which will most likely be your latest email--and click the link it includes to confirm it is your email address.
As from my knowledge, this script blocks all messages from a user; even in main chat. The only users it does not block are those with user rights (e.g. chat moderators, administrators).
Are you talking about a feature to ignore all messages from (a) user(s) in chat? If so, then there is a script that can do that; it's called MessageBlocker.
ctrl + f5 seems to work too, and it's more convenient. The only time I ever used that was when I made changes to CSS pages. Thanks for that advice!
Another issue I noticed: unusual log outs - anyone else been experiencing this lately?
Say, on a relevant note: it seems two refreshes are the required amount to load new thread replies - if no one has already noticed this.
Iopl3887 wrote: Build a house of toothpicks
Make that a house of cards.
The problem has already been fixed, actually.
Adding game walkthroughs shouldn't be a problem - the only problem I can think of that would ever come of those would be copyright issues. That is, if the original uploader did not give any permission to use the videos on the wiki.
However, I'm not sure if simply embedding the video would necessarily address any copyright concerns, let alone be categorized with copyright infringement.
A complete list of supported video sites can be found here.
This is a known issue as well. See the latest technical update.
Those who are currently online at the moment; say I.
Have you ever used the Source editor (editing the page and clicking the "Source" tab)?
From there you can see the video lined in the File: format along with the rest of the pages text. A single <br /> tag usually fixes the problem with the video interfering with the heading sections.
Is this the problem you're having? Correct me if I happen to be wrong.
Is this email currently associated with your Wikia account? If so, then you can email Wikia directly at email@example.com using the same email associated with your account to ask for a password reset.
I never had to mention anything when I asked for additional rights to rollbacks/patrollers on a wiki I used to be an admin on - in fact, the discussion still exists here; while the users did add their concerns, I didn't have to add anything when requesting it via Special:Contact, you only need to mention the rights--and link to a discussion where the community or an administrator agreed on it
Most requests like this are appointed to Special:Contact/general - in most cases you would have to be a current administrator on the wiki to make a request to remove/add any rights. You will have to mention the name of the new usergroup, and the rights you want the new group to have.
Wikia staff will reply to the request in a short while and notify you if the changes have been made.
When editing the Wiki navigation, you need to preview it before you can publish it. Edit the page, then click Preview - there will be a Publish button below.
EDIT: Seems I posted my reply a tad bit late - glad you solved it! ^^
You're welcome! :)