Light up your wiki for all to see!

Fandom Spotlights are images and links that appear at the bottom of each page in the "Explore Wikis" module. The spotlights are created by Fandom staff and run for a few weeks.

Although most of the spotlighted communities are chosen independently by Fandom staff, Fandom users can also request a spotlight for any English-speaking community by adding a request here.

Non-English spotlights may be requested on the Community Wiki for the appropriate language.

Guidelines for selection

The "Explore Wikis" module with three spotlights.

When you request a spotlight, your community should have:

  • At least 200 content pages, not counting stubs. Stubs are considered to be very short articles of fewer than about 300 bytes. You can find them on the page Special:Shortpages. Because some articles are naturally short, however, we tend to look most heavily at those the community considers skimpy by virtue of a stub template. Articles explicitly marked with a stub template should make up no more than a fifth of all pages.
  • A main page with at least one picture and clear links to the most important content.
  • A clear category structure to help readers navigate around the site. Every content page should be in a category — meaning that Special:UncategorizedPages should be empty.
  • A stable leadership team promoting a friendly vibe. The community should not be in the middle of choosing new admins or any other upheavals.
  • A customized design. Wikis using stock designs included in the creation process will not be considered.
  • Articles and discussions free from offensive language or inappropriate images.

Promoting your community

If a community that you work on hasn't been spotlighted yet, don't despair! There are lots of ways to promote the community and attract new contributors. You can start by checking out "Building a community" on Fandom Help for tips on how to bring more attention to the project.

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.