Bio I am a 16 year old Lebanese Fandom developer and councilor who mostly is interested in Pixel Gun and Bloons. I also am a fan of Flow Free and Let Me Explain Studios, which is why I decided to create a wiki for each of those topics. I also have my own wiki (justleafy.wikia.com) if you would like to visit it someday.
Hello there, <insert name here> and welcome to my message wall! In here, you can leave me a message if you have any questions about me or just want to message me in general. You can message me in English or in Arabic, whatever you like. Here are some quick links:
Can you go to the Loud House wikia and have a discussion about JohnnySparrow17's block to be unblocked from there? Every admin thought he was a sockpuppet user, but he is not. Everyone needs to believe that misunderstanding.
Alright, I can explain. The global block was actually an accidental error that occasionally happens on some users. Unfortunately, you never know when this happens. Though, I became a councilor because I've been a loyal user on this platform, and I've often sent feedback for certain features on this platform. Also, I simply then asked, then they replied a month later so that i can sign the NDA agreement, which is an agreement that tells you to not tell anybody about features only announced in the community council wiki, then, several hours later, I become a councilor.
Kinda ironic and awkward. Though, my point is, I rarely vandalized back in the day. Now, I honestly no longer vandalize not ever plan vandalism on a wiki, and I do helpful contributions to this platforms instead of acting awkwardly with all the spam and swearing. Though, due to my helpful contributions, I'm now a councilor, a founder of 4 wikis, a staff on several wikis and a content moderator on the FANDOM Developers Wiki. That's probably all I ever need to be, and I feel accomplished for doing so.
Fiddling around I managed to get some JS to work that autohides the navbar upon scrolling down and makes it reappear when scrolling up. It's not perfect, since the transition between scrolling downwards and the disappearing is instant instead of slightly drawn out like it used to be, but the transition for scrolling upwards is as intended.
No need to credit me with anything, and good luck on the navbar!