• Kirkland22


    January 17, 2016 by Kirkland22

    Some of you might notice that the infobox templates at the top right corner of articles are starting to look a little different than they used to. This blog post will explain why and what has changed.

    IN SHORT: Infobox templates have been migrated from their old coding to the new portable coding in order to be compatible with all Internet-capable devices (including mobile phones).

    When I undertook this project a couple weeks ago, I made it my goal to keep our infoboxes very close in format/style to the old infoboxes. This required extensive trial & error as well as a lot of learning because I have no background in CSS coding and only knew enough to get by.

    All of the original content is still there. This includes not just the information on t…

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    Editing Options

    November 17, 2014 by Kirkland22

    For the community at large:

    To disable the obnoxious new Wikia editing interface and reenable the classic one, read the following directions:

    1. Go to your preferences page: Special:Preferences
    2. Click on the "Editing" tab
    3. Change your "preferred editor" to "Wikia's classic rich-text editor"
    4. Click "Save" at the bottom of the page

    You're welcome. -

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    July 13, 2012 by Kirkland22

    This blog is a response to recent situations in the Article Comments involving "necrobumping." The purpose of this blog is to alert anyone who may be unclear as to the rules or definition of the term "necrobumping". Please take the time to peruse this blog post.

    Necrobumping is an Internet term for situations involving a forum thread or an encyclopedia comment section in which a discussion has been inactive for a long time, typically years, and is bumped by a reader in what he/she inadvertently believes to be an ongoing discussion. This practice is generally looked down upon because the conversation involved has been abandoned by its participants for many months or even years and is, at present, irrelevant and cast aside by those who once p…

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    The following is a cumulative list of all of the ongoing projects at this wiki, officially recognized or not (to be continually updated).

    • Operation R.E.W.R.I.T.E

    A Wiki-wide article rewriting project of plagiarized/unsuitable episode summaries

    • Status: Temporarily defunctLonely (unlinked to) Pages

    A project that involves linking the listed unlinked pages to existing articles

    • Remove/Update Episode Videos

    A never-ending project of removing embedded episode videos as they are removed from their parent sites and replacing them with existing, non-removed videos

    • Episode Transcripts

    A project that involves typing up the entire transcript of each episode, creating a tab in the respective episode's article, and posting the script there.

    If you believe there…

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    October 20, 2011 by Kirkland22

    In response to recent situations with suspected sockpuppeting and ban-evasions, I felt it necessary to create this blog as a means of warning future offenders and alerting anyone who may be unclear as to the rules or definition of the term "sockpuppeting". Please take the time to peruse this blog post.

    Sockpuppeting is an Internet term for the creation of numerous accounts by the same user, particularly after the original account was blocked by an administrator. This is a form of ban-evasion, the act of attempting to access registered user status after having been blocked. For example, if a user were to be blocked after committing unruly actions and re-signed up with Wikia with a new email and account, that's sockpuppeting. By doing this, t…

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