I've noticed that you are adding a lot of links to fandom pages, which is awesome. But please make sure that the formatting is correct. All links to fan fiction site fall under FAN FICITON and if you add a link that there is an indent at the front of the link. This is added by either clicking in front of it and clicking add indent in visual editor, or adding a : before the link in source editor.
I only deleted them because they are now mostly inaccurate since the popularity and number of fanfics written have changed since it was originally posted and will continue to change in the future, making the info inaccurate.
Also just want to let you know that you don't need the full url if you are linking to a page within the wiki. You just need to add 2 brackets around the word for the page.
Again this. If you're editing from the Visual Editor then you don't have to paste the entire url of a different wiki page to make a link. Instead, just write the page title in the box. You only have to paste the url for non-fandom sites. Hope that helps!
Reason given: Repeatedly linking fandom links wrong after being told the correct way.
Start of block: 05:48, February 25, 2019
Expiry of block: 05:48, March 25, 2019
I'm not sure what it's talking about. I haven't been linking Fandom the wrong way. All I've been doing is including links to an additional website to expand the fandom. The way I post it as been exactly the same as the links that are already there, just to a different fanfiction website. I've literally been copy and pasting from what was already there and changing the weblink (i.e. copy and pasting Archive of Our Own and making it FanFictionNet). How exactly is this wrong or in violation?
So brief explanation cuz I sick and can't type to save my life.
Both Fitzaby and I explained previously that when linking to a page withing the wiki, you don't need the full url. You can link to it by highlighting the word and clicking hyperlink, automatically linking to another page. You've also been adding fandom links that aren't for the subject of the page.
I started correctly linking once I realized what you meant, and as far as I'm aware, all the fandom I've linked to as been for the subject of the page (i.e. on the Harry Potter page, I provided a lnik to Harry Potter fanfiction). The only ones that may be inaccurate are Avatar (where I also linked to the sequel series Legend of Korra), and the DC page (where I linked to all form of DC, i.e. comics, tv, cartoons for series like Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman), so I really don't know what incorrect links I've provided. If I mistakenly linked to something that was felt to be unrelated, a simple message to be more specific would have been sufficient. I was simply trying to help expand the fandom.