How do we remove categories from a page? It doesn't allow me to do so on the actual page itself (even in edit mode). There are some pages with incorrect categories, such as Hotaru and Pegasus labeled as "minor characters".
You hit the edit button on the page, scroll down and on the right side of the page the "Categories" box has the selected tags.
Hovering the arrow over the categories chosen for the page should give you a pencil and a trash icon. Clicking on the trash icon should remove the category from the page, but it doesn't delete the category itself. Is this not popping up for you?
Hi, was just thinking since I took down my Moonlight Soldiers website, you can remove it from the website links menu here. The web archive doesn't have all of the contents my original pages had, so I don't think there's any point leaving it there. I will update the Sailor Moon Dub Wiki as much as I can with the information I have gathered over the years though. Happy to be a part of the team :)
The text of the website is all I'm worried about as a citation, which is what the Sailor Moon Dub Wiki is using for references. Also make sure to cite any name changes you make to any articles regarding dub names, or at the very least add a the 'citation needed' template if uncertain.
No worries. A lot of my Moonlight Soldiers pages don't load off the archive, and I had a lot of outdated information, especially since I stopped working on it in 2014. I'm honoured though that my old fan site was used as a major source of dub information *blush* but I have learnt a lot since creating that site, and I hope I can help this wiki become more accurate.
Posting conventions seem to be quite a grey area with not many pages following this, or contain infoboxes with mixed information and categories of those infoboxes in need of rearranging and renaming (that's why I hesitated loading them until we get a better flow going). The Optimum Productions dub was my first introduction to Sailor Moon, so I would love to have a whole wiki devoted to this, meaning I believe any Japanese text references should be removed, and just a single link to a general Sailor Moon wiki page of the original character is sufficient.
In terms of copy and pasting, all edits I made and images I added over the last day were all things that just came to mind and screen-caps I created from my BDs at the time of editing. So, not sure if that was directed at me or others in general... I would prefer though if this wiki concentrated on the Optimum dub only, as Viz is just basically the Japanese version in English, which there are plenty of Wikis for.
There is a lot of effort to get this Wiki looking great on my behalf. I have many ideas and suggestions for formatting, backgrounds, headers, etc. and as you seemed to be an admirer of my old website, I thought you were the best to come to to discuss this, and all above points in finer detail if possible.
Do you have access to the Sailor Moon Dub Wiki homepage? Because I realized that whoever typed in the page misspelled “the” in the first sentence. I know it may be a small mistake, but I just thought it should be fixed! Have a good day!
I can't stop you from contributing, that's kinda the whole point of Wikia.com.
Glancing at your previous editing history, you have a tendency to not capitalize when necessary when adding to articles, as well as not formatting in certain subheading (such as adding the asterisk to content in the Trivia).
So, I don't mind if you help or contribute to the Sailor Moon Dub Wiki, but, I'm asking you as an admin, please take the time to edit, format and proofread your content before you hit submit.
I know this isn't relevant to this wiki coz you and another admin are here, but I have founded some other wikis that don't have many other users so I haven't appointed admins there yet
So, what happens if the only admin of a wiki dies, or else is absent long enough for their adminship to be revoked? Does that wiki remain without admins to keep the pages accurate and ensure that users follow the wiki's rules, clean up any vandalism, etc., or is there a way another one can be appointed?
If you're looking to adopt a Wiki from a admin who has been absent and hasn't responded to any of your queries about the status of the wiki, you have to a): contact the Wikia Staff, b): have been an active editor long enough to warrant for admin status or bureaucrat status.
And if a admin of a wiki dies, then I don't see anyone could know unless someone close to the admin logs in on their account and announces it.
Maybe their will be demoted, but I'm guessing that won't happen unless there is someone to step into their role because an admin cannon leave a wiki without someone to look after it as an admin. If they don't maybe one of the Wikia Staff members will look after it until they can find someone who's willing to adopt it and take care of it.
I guess I'm a little concerned about what will happen to/on my wikis after I'm gone. (Not this one coz I know you'll be there)
On one of my wikis with a bit more activity I appointed one who I know has made many accurate edits for a long time
I guess it is unlikely that the wikis other people usually don't edit on will even be vandalized, because usually only the aforementioned wiki was vandalized on uncommon occasion
Oh, and thank you for taking care of Sailor Moon Dub Wiki when I haven't been around much. I really appreciate it. (though I would also appreciate if templates like "stubs" didn't override the Comments section to talkpages, can you please fix that?)
Well, to be honest, there's no real telling how long Wikia can sustain itself as a website; it could definitely disappear one day and none of this would've mattered beyond memories.
There's always a good chance that someone will create a duplicate website like Wikia (with isn't wikimedia, which requires money to host a wiki independent of wikia) and basically give users what they want (ad-free space, control over their wikia space and etc.). You never know, honestly.
If you don't mind my asking (and if you do, don't answer), are you okay?
I'm all right for the moment, but I was feeling pretty down on the 21st, in part due to something on another wiki (of which I'm the lowest rung on the ladder due to differing opinions), which got me thinking about what would happen to my wikis - besides this one - if something happened unexpectedly and I was no longer around, and even if it didn't, I still won't be around forever, if nothing else, then of old age 50 years from now.
Sorry if this is sounding too morbid, but it's been bugging me for a few years, and I'm not sick, suicidal, being threatened, etc. I might be around for another year, another 10, maybe even another 20.