As said above.
What's on your mind?
On my wiki I would/need to message someone a first warning for not following the policy. By searching through older posts it looks like there is no way to direct message or post a private message on someone's wall. I'd rather not put it publicly on the message wall.
Thanks in advance!
I have heard that battle for dreamland wiki is plagued with bullies, I want to begin hiring recruits to fight and report them, is this allowed?
I don't want my wiki to be spammed on pages I don't want to be spammed.
On my wiki, I, a sysop and another sysop made our friend a discussions mod as a joke but now we can’t demote them. Is it because they aren’t auto confirmed? They have 0 edits and only posts and I can’t demote them. Can someone help?
Is there any wya that the staff can restore an account? i have someone who i kind of mutually know, but not well, but you can tell they are freaking out. also what they posted is off topic for that wiki, so i doubt they will be able to get advice. So what should they do?
How many edits are a good number to have before adoption
What do I do if, for example, today, someone says that today was his 14th birthday, but he joined fandom like two years ago. Does that count as being underage, and does the user get blocked?
So,on my main account, @Ez Spam Go brrrrr 123 ,I was blocked from all of fandom.The problem is,the block reason is vandalism.I don't know how I vandalized,because the only wikis I normally use are the Adopt Me wiki and the Loomian Legacy wiki,so I was wondering if I could get a explanation for my block here.
Hi there. I understand that this may be a strange request to make, although it is something that has been bothering me for a while and I would like a resolve for it.
A few years ago I was an active user on the Fan Papa Louie Customers Wiki. Its a phase of my life that is pretty embarrassing to me since I was an immature teenager and the stuff I did there are not things I would do today.
While I want to remove all the content I made (comments, messages, pages, etc.) from the wiki, there's a problem in that I'm currently blocked from editing the wiki due to an off-wiki problem with someone else. The user [[User: Dawniee Dreams]] blocked me a few months ago for "harassment", which is not something I did on the wiki and was related to a fight I previously had that I was trying to apologize for.
I did contact the wiki owner [[User: Fluffy Eevee 323]] and another admin [[User: TouhouandMarioFan]] about this, although I did not receive any response. I really hope I can get some help for this. I would also prefer to leave Dawniee alone and just remove my content if that is possible, as I am worried this may cause a fight.
Are code-testing wikis allowed? Like for example, if you wanted to test CSS codes
I've seen a few, but I wanted to make sure
I am a game developer. And this game that I am currently working on is fairly complicated. So I wanted to use a website to organize the details about my game for the players and my team to look at. And so, I tried Fandom. But while I was making the wiki, I had a thought that people might be able to edit it. And I tested it and they can. And as the game owner and one of the devs, I am the only one who knows every detail about the game. And so, I wouldn't want any people changing the information and making them false. So, is it possible to disable users from editing every page? Or is it against the rules and I'd just have to find another website to organize the game details?
There was this user by the name of https://creamheroes.fandom.com/wiki/Message_Wall:Okaymyusernameisweirdokay on the https://creamheroes.fandom.com/f fandom. They vandalized 5 pages and me and a Fandom User have fixed it. The admins haven't been active in months or years, so I would like it if a manager did it instead,
Idk who promoted them but they demoted me and everyone else after the founder was globally blocked and blocked all the staff can someone block them and give us back the user rights, please?
How do we get one?
A user (KawaiiPandx) recently joined the Adopt Me! Wiki (formally known as wiki), and has already started hosting giveaways on a different wiki as on the Adopt Me! Wiki's guidelines state that your roblox and fandom account has to be 1 month old to be able to host a giveaway. But, KawaiiPandx is hosting a giveaway on this wiki here.
I tried to explain to her that her account has to be one month old, and it's a little bit suspicious that she is hosting it on a different wiki, but she clearly didn't want much of that, and instead, wrote me a large paragraph about me minding my own business and she's only trying to make people happy.
Many people on the Adopt Me! Wiki host fake giveaways for clout or to get onto the "Hotpage". The people obviously get blocked, but this is the first time I have come across someone hosting a giveaway on another wiki.
I hope this explains it well enough.
This user has appeared a few times to make edits that are redundant. I usually just remove the edit or revert. On the rare occasion, I'll find a way to integrate their edit (The like to add stuff to trivia sections, some trivia points are already mentioned in the page/article, so they become redundant).
I switched it up a bit and added why I removed the points in the edit summary. But I came back a few hours later to find they had but the same information back on the page that I had removed/edited. It's getting frustrating.
This user appears as an IP address, and has no talk page. I am very much all for talking it out, but I can't as they don't have a talk page. How do I handle this? I don't want to ban them as they aren't trolling, but it's annoying nonetheless.
I'm a bureaucrat for the Monstercat Wiki. I've been getting complaints about users that aren't logged in are not able to edit the wiki. This has been open to non-users in the past (other than a few protected pages) and none of the admins know. I checked the Admin Dashboard to see if the "Require all contributors to log in" was turned on, only to find that it is no longer an option available. Is there a reason for this? Has Fandom made a change that I can't find about this?
Thanks in advance for any help or response about this.
What does it take for discussions to be closed? I know FANDOM rarely does it, but is gore/porn/general NSFW being posted almost daily a good enough reason?