Hello there, again. Regarding my edit, which was reverted: why should the Camaro ZL1 (2012) article link to a Wikipedia page of a newer generation (6th) of the car instead of the ZL1 section of the 5th gen?
Hello, LeMansRacer. I wanted to fix an error on the "Cars" page for The Run, but I'm not familiar with how those tables work on this wiki. This is why I'm asking you if you could please change the Ford GT "Conroy" and Ford GT "Need for Speed" from Tier 4 to Tier 5, as that's what they are. Thank you.
Hello, I hate to contact you here but I have a complaint about the Aggretsuko Wiki, and I was unfairly blocked there by your other administrator just for pointing out and removing fanart that was uncredited from one of the galleries. When I explained this they blocked me, yet all I wanted to do was make sure the artist wasnt disrespected nor people confused.
They did not even give me the option or chance to explain the situation.
I've been tasked by Fandom to clean up Navbars across Gaming Wikis from being too clustered, too editor-centric to being unorganized. Based on the statistics Fandom average readers/user doesn't want to read about editor tips/tricks, if they're active editors they'll head to the community section of the wiki.
Let me put those links in the "Explore" section then. The community section might be suited for active users, but not new editors, which need a quick means of accessing what can be a more extensive series of articles than the community page can provide.
Please tell me how Fandom intends to help me build the community of this site with a counterproductive page for tidying up articles than a drop down list of articles useful to new users?
Please tell me how Fandom isn't going to backtrack on the community page or leave it as another abandoned feature like maps or reduce the functionality of forums connecting to articles with the "Discuss" section.
Please tell me how turning wikias into bad sub-reddit wiki sections helps, and then I might revert the change on this website I've built up for nearly 10 years.
Which is why I would personally keep the "Wiki" submenu. However, the wiki was made for gamers, not editors. Editing is a necessity to creating and maintaining the wiki. However, most people who visit the wiki couldn't care less what is involved in creating or maintaining it... if they can easily find what they are looking for, they will return - if they can't, they won't. If they return enough times, then you may end up with another editor.
Placing the "Wiki" submenu first in the list will not attract more editors. Wiki users will either contribute on their own, or they won't, or they won't "yet". Just keep the information available to these future editors, and not let it hinder those who are just looking for game info.
Game info should always be your top priority (along with accessibility).
Well, it's there because "On The Wiki" used to be on the far left, and it has mostly stayed there to help keep it "nfs wiki community" - "latest game" - "previous game" - "previous 30+ games" - "never nailed down wikia stuff".
Either way, I've got "join Fandom" drop downs at either side of the menu, regardless if you're from a country that reads left to right or right to left.
Game info is my top priority, but from my own experience, the navbars at most wikis have been a roulette of useful direct links and gaping void of scroll-a-thon portal links. Luckily, the home page is one of the most visited pages, so it's a lot more useful, important, and easy to follow for a 25 year game series with over 30+ games than a 3 level navbar.
If this wiki could have it back to the days of the 5 level navbar, this would be a different discussion.
Here are the references I put. Can you at least undo it cause I have the proof on this video and it shows the actual course. Chinatown Drift is incorrect and it takes place in Kimei Temple. While Park Drive Drift is incorrect and it takes place in Kings Park. Watch the videos and you’ll see what I meant