Welcome to the second installment of the blog series, detailing how to be an ideal member of the Staff. This post is about s, the active guardians of the wiki, equipped with tools to move poor quality conceptions, moderate , vandals, and quickly undo vandalism.Read more >
New theme, new template, new WikiFeatures, new blogs, new EotM... new everything!
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Want to know more about bots, how to create one, and how to operate it? Hopefully, this will answer your questions.
A bot, in its most basic form if possible, Admin rights increase a bot’s functionality, allowing it to use some of the restricted scripts I list below.
So now you’ve got a bot. But what can you do with it?
- Log into your bot’s account.
- Look at the bottom of your screen. You should see a menu across the bottom.
- Click either on My Tools, MassEdit, or MassCreate. If you click on My Tools, then click on the application you wish to use.
- Use your application and enjoy!
The applications are listed below with a brief description.
- post a list of pages you want to delete and watch as they are quickly dispatched.
- undelete a list of pages.
- allows …
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There's tons of news this week! From further category cleanup, to a Fanon Megabox, to a bold new Halloween theme, to images enabled on , there's lots to read about!
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Seriously. Source Editor is infinitely better than Visual Editor. Don't believe me? Read on.
I used to be a Visual Editor-only kinda guy, clicking the Source Editor button on occasion to add templates and whatnot. After all, I only knew a little bit of wikitext and found Visual Editor "easier to understand." And then one day
I realizedtold me I should use Source Editor and I decided I would give it a try. After a few weeks of usage, I found that he was right:
1. It's faster. Instead of having to go to Source for a template, then back to resume editing, you're already in Source! This makes it way easier to add tags, links, templates, images, and a host of other things. It's also easier to pick out errors, such as external links (where internal …Read more >