Wikia is excited to launch our Game Guides app very soon. The app features access to tens of thousands of wikis and their excellent content. As a popular wiki with a treasure trove of information, we think the TERA wiki would be a great candidate for one the first curated games on the app! But first, we need your help. The Game Guide apps thrives on excellent categorization and a little bit of admin curation. Visit this page to learn more about curating your presense on the Game Guide app: http://preview.mira-test.wikia.com/wiki/Help:GameGuide.
If you have any questions or need assistance curating the content for the app, please let me know and I will happily help you organize it. Just leave me a message on my talk page!
I wanted to get in touch and see how things are going on your wiki. I am a staff member here at Wikia, and I noticed that your wiki was growing at a great rate but has slowed down recently. Did you run into an issue or is there something you need help with? We have lot of help on our community wiki, staff blog and in the help pages. We also run a monthly webinar series which you can find here. We will be focusing on how to create a great main page, so if you want to join next month you can register here. Growing a wiki can be a big endeavor, but it looks like you had a great start! Let me know any further help you may need so you can continue to be successful. Cheers!
The last option, "I randomly found it on a search engine" won the poll. I myself found it a bit disappointing as it serves no information to us nor it is productive. I think we should learn from this mistake from now on when it comes to answering options.
Nevertheless, I believe we've had enough votes to understand what the majority wishes for the wiki to focus on at the time being. Most people wish to find more about items, lore and guides, as opposed to quests, NPCs, and skills.
Let me know if you notice anything strange going on with the skin. I'm modifying Monobook to work correctly (I've had several complaints from Monobook users) therefore the Wikia skin might mess up as I'm moving nodes around.
I figured out I could allow ambox to enable additional features to a template inside a template (As stub is using Ambox, a template using a template), so I added a 'needs' parameter into it.
But adding 2 of them turned into an issue and seemed too complicated and messy, so I decided that it would be much smarter to take the whole code by itself instead of just making more mess.
The template I needed two parameters is merge, the problem is that the parameters don't correctly work and italic and bold themselves incorrectly. I think Natsunya fixed it once but I have forgotten how, could you assist me on the matter?
Apologies on reverting back the Tooltip Item template without a warning.
I have reverted it because it is (or was) messing pages up to a point where they cannot be read. Until then, I believed it would be wise to move the template somewhere different for testing, so adding items would be possible.
The location was here, but I see you already moved it on your own. Would you like me to delete one another?
Additionally, any chance you might know how to fix the new stub template I made? The picture just doesn't want to get in there correctly.
Greetings recruit, welcome to the TERA Wiki. From everybody here whom is part of the TERA Wiki community, I would like to thank you for your contribution to the File:Tamur.png page.
All we currently know is that you've been there and made it a better place to read and obtain information.
If you haven't already, I would like to recommend you to have a look at the Manual of Style. If you're unexperienced in editing a Wiki page, the Manual of Style will teach you the basics that you're required to know on editing. You may also visit the Sandbox to practice your editing skills, everybody is allowed to edit there freely! You may also want to head over to your user page, a page ready to be customized is awaiting for you. Whether you choose to remain with it or completely revamp it, it is your choice, as it's your user page!
If you're looking for ways to contribute to the TERA Wiki, there are multiple ways you can do so:
Having a look at the TERA_Wiki:Todo list and claiming a task, there might be something that will catch your eye.
Helping out fixing stubs or cleaning pages by checking the stub category and cleanup category, there are multiple pages that require more information or require a cleanup due to irrelevant content, or you could tag articles with such template yourself.
Checking the recent changes page. This is where all the changes occur, if you see some irrelevant contributions, it is recommended to correct those.
Entering the TERA Wiki chat, an instant messaging chat feature that anybody can join by Wikia, asking around if anybody requires help could be supportive.
Taking a pick at Talk Pages across articles to see if you could offer your help to other contributors to improve pages.
Communicating with other users on specific matters that need to be solved. Don't be scared to join in started a conversation, the Wiki is for everyone and contributed by everyone.
If you're requiring aid of such, the TERA Wiki and Wikia are always there for you. You may ask support from regular users by visiting Community Portal or the TERA Wiki chat, that is a place where anybody can communicate with the community asking for support. You may post a message on one of the administrators' of the TERA Wiki, they will very gladly support you in any matters. And last but not least, if your question is requiring the support of others, you may head over to the Community Central where there are handful of hundreds to thousands of editor from all across the Wikia network happy to help, or contact Wikia about account specific issues. -- Zikkun (Talk) 11:33, May 22, 2012
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