I just want to temporarily delete some unneeded pages. I'll demote myself after the job is done, snd re-promote myself to moderator when more useless pages are made.
What's on your mind?
I remember one time I saw a wiki which had an "official wiki" tag on it to signify it was an official wiki. I remember reading a blog post on it a while ago Recently a wiki I am bureaucrat on was recognized as official, so I wanna know if I can get that tag on that wiki as well.
I'm from the Roblox stranded wiki, it's about a Roblox game where a player works on an island. we only have 4 active editors there, the admin from there is extremely inactive. what do I do to make sure the wiki doesn't die?
I've recently adopted the Castle Crush Wiki and I'm working on getting the proper info and whatnots but I don't know how to make it noticable. The wiki has only 6 active users according to announcements and I want to work on making it noticed again. Help?
So our wiki blocked a bureaucrat, because he was abusing his power and looking down on other users. But he was unblocked because he was a bureaucrat. Is it possible for an admin staff to take away his bureaucratmenship (or something) away
So I went to Special:ListAdmins on this wiki I'm on but it didn't show any users, even though I know there is at least one admin who edited on 25 May 2020 (over 300 days ago). Do they not count because it's been so long?
Context: I'm looking to adopt this wiki and I'm not sure if I should include them in the "On the Special Pages → Special:ListAdmins when was the last time an admin edited, and who was it?" question. I suppose I could include them in the "other information" section though.
A user named "SuperEmbershed2" is harassing. Even though he/she got 3 warnings on harassing and they're are blocked, they are still doing it on other wikis.
I got blocked for mentioning another trading website because someone asked and I was trying to be nice and tell them and then I got blocked. Is there any way anyone could help me?
I feel like this kind of post is one that maybe a newer Fandom user would create, but I'm still asking this because I need to know.
I have my own Fandom wiki with character pages that have a lot of carefully-worked-on information. To prevent having to keep reverting one user from editing a character page maliciously, how can I block said user from only that character page, not from the whole wiki?
(I'd like a quicker answer.)
It's make checking over things easier, especially since the Recent Activity page only tracks the last 30 days. I'd rather not have things fall through the cracks down the line because I wasn't paying attention for too long of a period.
The approval would only be for the admins to know if it was looked over, btw.
Edit: Discovered the "patrol" system immediately after posting this. Unless there's something else that I should be aware of, this question's been answered.
For anyone else wondering:
Hello! I'm an admin on a wiki, and I want to create an announcement about our new mentorship program from this blog post: https://coding-help.fandom.com/wiki/User_blog:Cleverduck09/Mentorship_Program_(Experimental)
But whenever I hit the 'create announcement' button, it doesn't work; this error message shows up:
I've tried multiple times but it stays the same. What am I doing wrong?
So, I moderate a smaller wiki for a band (who's mod team consists of 1 admin and me, a content moderator) and I recently reached out to the admin via his message wall about the new policy about rules pages (since we don't have one.) It's been a little over a day now and... no response. I tried to reach out to him around 2 months ago in late January as well and again... no response. I know he's still around since he made a page on March 12th and replied to a comment on a page on the 8th, so I find it really odd he doesn't check his message wall. What should I do about this? Am I just being impatient?
I have noticed that when a user makes their first edit, the welcome message is no longer displayed on their Message Wall.
Is there a way that I can reinstate the Automated Welcome Message. I can no longer find the Welcome Tool.
I am the Administrator of:
I need to see if someone on my wiki is violating a fandom rule. Its a long story. Can someone give me the link to the rules?
A friend of mine, X Spranp, got blocked on the Henry Stickmin wiki and globally blocked by pcj for being a vandal. However, he was falsely convicted and proven innocent, but the block wasn't taken down. He made an alt, X Spreanp, but that was also globally blocked for violating the ToS (which makes sense). I was wondering if you could take off the global block on his main account?
I am trying to make a new post in the Brawl Stars Wiki but it doesn't allow me and says Post saving failed with a Red X next to it.
When I try to comment on another post it just says Comment saving failed with a Red X next to it.
When I try to edit my post or comment, it says Edit saving Failed with a Red X next to it.
I even try to edit my own profile in the Brawl Stars Wiki but the edit button doesn't appear. I can't even post a message wall on others or mine!
When I try to add a comment in an article, the comment button(basically text) doesn't appear. But this only happens in the Brawl Stars Wiki and the Genshin Impact Wiki and other Wikis are fine.
How do I fix this problem? Am I banned from the Brawl Stars Wiki? I even tried to make another account and write a comment but only the Brawl Stars Wiki doesn't work. Please tell me if I am banned from the Brawl Stars Wiki and if yes, then how can I get unbanned?
I am very fond of the show, ‘Sister, Sister!’
I clicked START A WIKI, and saw that their is already a Sister, Sister Wiki. However, that wiki has no active wikians. The only admin their has been inactive for about 8 months, seeing their last edit. I would like to help that community grow, help code, and do tasks on the admin dashboard, such as theme designing, but I cannot, because I do not have admin rights.
What constitutes "very inactive" and "little to no content" when talking about closing a wiki? https://community.fandom.com/wiki/Community_Central:Closed_Wikis
I started a wiki a couple months back (https://autistic-characters.fandom.com/wiki/Autistic_Characters_Wiki) but I've been unable to contribute to it lately because of being busy with university. I do plan on adding more to it once I have more free time, but in the meantime there remain only a few pages and basically no other contributors, so I'm hella paranoid that it's gonna get closed. Not that it contains critical info or anything but y'know. I spent a lot of time researching every page so it'd be a bummer.