I know there’s a process to deal with duplicates, but how would I go through with it?
What's on your mind?
Is there any way to look at a list of the wiki's I created? They probably haven't deleted it because I made it 2-4 weeks ago. PLEASE HELP!
[EDIT: it's been resolved :D]
I became an admin on one of the FANDOM Books wikis recently and one of the first things I dealt with was an obvious ban evasion alt. We had a user called Croatia ball.67 who was blocked and they came back as Croatia ball.98 a week or two later. We handled it like usual, and to my knowledge they hadn't tried anything since.
However, this morning some of our more long-standing users were talking about our newer users and one of them brought up someone called Croatia ball.12050, who I'd never heard of. I did some digging and discovered that there was a fourth alt of what appeared to be this same user, Croatia ball.76
Both .12050 and .76 have been globally disabled as recently as this spring, and I've had a few users tell me they've seen them on other wikis. Does anyone have any idea what might be going on here?
I mean in general. Is swearing allowed on Fandom or in every wiki created here?
I have a sockpuppet account issue with one vandal, his first username is Ryan and constantly spam new pages and made unnecessary edits to the wiki. The wiki is called Max Payne Wiki.
The deletion log shows the user I was talking about. How do I make sure the same user won't strike back?
The speaker thumbnail pictures are not loading and are broken. This needs to be fixed.
This isn't the exact thumbnail of the speaker, but it's similar.
I'm a staff member on a wiki. A user on this wiki has repeatedly harassed multiple users and vandalized wiki content. We have blocked this user's accounts, but they have evaded their block with the use of a VPN and multiple sock puppet accounts. This user is also involved in similar actions on at least one other wiki.
Originally I was advised to report the situation to SOAP, however upon further inspection I don't think that this would be the proper solution. My question is, who could we report this user to or what could we do to help with this situation?
I have badges enabled on my wiki, and I can change the pictures but whenever I try to change the name of the badges and click save after, it reverts back to normal.
I'm not sure what is causing this.
The Prodigy Game Wiki is having trouble narrowing down special-page maintenance reports to more effectively resolve problems regarding broken (red) links. Some of the places where broken links exist are either uneditable threads on message walls or article comments (even uneditable by thread moderators), or even after they are edited to remove the broken link the old version is still stored in the maintenance report.
What's worse is that they do not display well in the maintenance report page themselves--they simply do not display a linked title, only "(<- links | edit)" next to it. Here's what this nastiness looks like:
Even with "manual clearing of caches," which FANDOM staff originally proposed to resolve the issue, no other methods of removing the broken links or their entries in the maintenance reports worked. If there is some Dev Tool I haven't heard of or some JS that Prodigy Game Wiki can implement to have the maintenance reports ignore red links from message walls or article comments, I am grateful. However, if there is some other solution to this issue, I'd be happy to listen.
I was the current bureaucrat/admin of the Is it Love? FANDOM and I need any fandom representative or staffs to ask for an advice on including informative but explicit images on a wiki. Is the wiki have a policy for this?
Because the Is it Love? game series when they released a secret image sometimes the image are non explicit but when other images are sexually explicit on that game they showed, it was immediately deleted by bots when it was finally posted.
This is my formal message to any representative or staffs who likes to read it.
A user called AG Manana got blocked on several wikis for being underage and cyber-attacking users. And yet he continues to do this. He repeatedly violates Fandom’s ToU which requires not to go around bullying others and also being underage.
He got blocked on the RR3 wiki and was ranting on the Asphalt Wiki, Driving Empire Wiki, Vehicle Legends Wiki, and several more wikis, which counts as cross-wiki ToU violation.
How do I change an account into a bot in wiki? For example, the Friday Night Funkin’ Wiki used a bot under a username “FunkipediaBot”, as shown below. I created a bot account (see here) for my GT Racing Wiki, but apparently I don’t know how to convert it into an automated bot.
Hi, I have been admin of the Starkid Wiki for over a year now and in my time as admin the page Hermione Granger has been consistently vandalised in the same exact way every time. No matter how many times I block the perpetrator and protect the page to autoconfirm only (as it is not rational to have the page be permanently set to admin only full time) this vandalism keeps happening. How do I make it stop?
if i happened to discover that the admin of a wiki was underage, where would i go to report that?
First time poster here. I've been using fandom for a few years now, And I wasn't even logged in when my entire wiki disappeared right in front of me.
I had been clicking around was literally looking at a page and when I went to another link within it, I get the 404 error. To discover that all of a sudden all of the pages were gone.
I then logged into my account to look for it and it's no where to be found. I put in alot of work into it over the past few years. What happened? Is everything gone forever?
(I've crossposted this in the Technical Forum as I wasn't exactly sure which one forum to post this issue. Thanks.)
The survey pop up is still getting on my nerves, please get rid of it or just make it as a pop up on the main pages of Fandom sites like before!
Hi all - there was a string of vandalism edits on The Rookie Wiki this morning (since reverted by another editor), and when I checked out the source I saw this:
Possibly the block was instituted after this spree; I'd like to know the duration of the block, but I can only see blocks made by admins on The Rookie Wiki. Can I see any further information, or can anyone send it to me?
Can you change your name if you log in with google. I have tried 2 times and it won't work.
Several users, on their user pages, say they specifically don't like me and other users without their consent. Is this allowed on fandom. I personally want it gone and the users (who happened to attack me on discord) to be blocked, But I don't really know if I have a case here.