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JustLeafy

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Councilor
  • I live in Lebanon
  • I was born on March 17
  • My occupation is playing games and editing wikis
  • I am male
  • Bio I am a 17-year-old Lebanese Fandom advisor, councilor and developer who mostly is interested in Pixel Gun, Bloons, and MANY other games. I also am a fan of Let Me Explain Studios and Flow Free, 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.
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    Hey guys, JustLeafy here. Today, I would like to talk about why FANDOM is, to me, the perfect website. Most of the reasons seem to be quite obvious, though.

    First of all, there are so many wikis to choose from. Want to know facts you didn't know about your favorite characters, in let's say, Star Wars? This website, specifically, Wookieepedia is the best place for that information. Of course, it is not really expected to literally see every single piece of information of anything in any franchise possible, but hey, at least you can edit, add or fix information, along with adding one or more new pages. That seems to be very obvious and people may think I'm stupid for saying that, but it does seem to be a good thing to me, as a fan created a w…

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    Oasis vs. Monobook

    January 7, 2018 by JustLeafy

    Hello everybody, JustLeafy here. Today, I'm going to list the advantages and disadvantages of Oasis and Monobook.

    Note: This is my opinion about my skins. Also, I know Mercury as a mobile skin exists, but I would rather talk about Oasis and Monobook.


    Oasis is known to be the default skin in Wikia, and basically the skin that users focus on.


    • Clean and user-friendly interface in general.
    • Doesn't lack any features whatsoever.

    • Limited to customize anything for site-wide use.
    • The article width is only a maximum of 720px.
    • Loks absolutely messed up in older browsers.

    Monobook is basically an alternative skin, in which I intend to improve in my wiki.


    • No customization policy.
    • Has a better width.
    • Is still perfectly fine for all browsers.

    • Lacks features.
    • The UI s…






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  • JustLeafy

    Hey guys, my name is JustLeafy, and I am going to promote and advertise about my wiki.

    JustLeafy's Wiki is a wiki that contains my fictional content and my code, such as CSS, JS and templates, all either produced, collaboratively produced or suggested by me. It also features minigames, and sections for code help for my templates/CSS/JS.

    I have made a lot of fictional content in my head, and the amount of articles about the fictional content in is not even 1/5, meaning that a lot more fictional content will come in the future!

    The goal of this wiki is to gain views and make people interested, fascinated, entertained and amazed by my content. I would like to share my originality and creativity to others, to prove that I have at least a certain …

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    Wikia VS Wikipedia

    September 12, 2017 by JustLeafy

    Hey guys, JustLeafy here. Doing a comparison that everybody may be curious about, Wikia VS Wikipedia. Here, you can vote for the poll, but under the poll will list both the benefits and drawbacks of both sites.



    Wikia, or currently known as FANDOM, is the largest entertainment site in the world, which includes news and stories, wikis and many other features.


    • More communities to edit, collaborate, and of course, have fun in.
    • Easier to do things in general, like communicating, uploading files, and of course, editing pages without having to always cite stuff.
    • Can customize a wiki personally or site-wide.
    • Tons and tons of information from almost every franchise.
    • Weekly updates and staff blogs, to show an awesome site developing.
    • Good UI, and is being …



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    Hey guys, JustLeafy here and today, we are gonna talk about very common problems, specifically in FANDOM, and which many know called vandalism, also spam. First, let's talk everything about them.


    Have you ever seen a user making a ton of (non-breaking) spaces in an article, or even in a reply? Have you ever seen a user providing a large chunk of completely irrelevant text like, yeah, you already get it. Anyways, have you ever even seen a user posting a ton of emojis, enter lines or swear words? This is all categorized as spam, and we can also say that spam appears in multiple ways (commonly, the ways mentioned in here).

    Have you ever seen a user remove like a large part of the article, or the entire article? This is called vandalism, which i…


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