Please do not add random unnecessary categories to pages, such as the "I like it" category you added to the Papa's Donuteria To Go! page. These categories add no value to the pages as they make no sense and are completely unnecessary.
I suggest that you don't do this again, or you may be blocked from contributing here for a period of time.
If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please let me know.
The categories "Clowns" and "M Characteres" were unnecessary. There's only 1 clown, so we don't need a Clowns category. And Mr. Bombolony is a B Character, not an M Character. You also spelled "characters" wrong.
Please ask a staff member before adding categories to pages so you can be sure that your edits are helpful.
Let's say a user types "aoeifjuwefuyryueaf" as a comment. That's an example of spam, since it's random letters put together that make no sense.
Another example is if a user comments, "I WANT PAPA'S DONUTERIA TO GO! TO BE RELEASED TOMORROW" or whines "Seriously?? It's been two months since the last Flipdeck was released. When will Flipline make a new one????"
Basically, spam is an unrelated comment or message that adds no value to the discussion.
Yes, but he didn't need further research. If he did, he would have asked. There's no need to provide unnecessary information until someone asks for it.
That's like you asking, "What was the first gameria?" and someone else says "Papa's Pizzeria." Then, I come in and provide links to all 13 other games. Me doing that would be completely unnecessary, as the user did not ask for information on the other games, just Papa's Pizzeria.
Users who spam usually receive a warning and if they continue to spam after the warning, they will be blocked.
if it is blocked, even blocked, can you edit your profile?
Are you referring to your profile box header and picture? If so, you cannot edit it on the site you are blocked on. You'd have to go to a seperate wiki to do it. And if you are blocked across Fandom, (globally) you cannot edit it at all.
As for your user page, you can't edit that while blocked. You can leave messages on your wall during that time, if the admin chooses to allow that. It's an option they get.
Right. And creating new accounts to bypass bans, (Sockpuppetry) won't help, in fact that makes it much worse than it originally was for spam. That usually results in a permanent ban on the sock and lengthened ban on the original account. That must be frustrating, getting permanently blocked simply because you couldn't accept the temporary ban which originally came.
They can, but then they can simply unblock themselves. If there's a bureaucrat involved, they can remove the rights so they can't do that. Bureaucrats cannot be demoted by others, Fandom Staff will remove bureaucrat rights under 3 circumstances:
They've been inactive for a year or more
Enough users get together and agree on it
Their account is disabled
And when Staff blocks a user globally, (across Fandom) that overrides their rights. They can do nothing with it.
Bureaucrats are full admins, but they can also give admin rights to others.
Content moderators can moderate (delete/restore) content pages, while discussions moderators can moderate (remove/close) threads. If someone has rights as both a discussions and content moderator, they can perform all admin duties except blocking users.
Chat moderators can kick/ban from chat, while Rollbacks can quickly revert edits.
If a user has Bureaucrat and Admin rights, they can perform all of the above.
CheeseCake510 wrote: Do you know how many users have already been blocked?
There's no number on the block system on how many users have been blocked here. Also you're asking too many questions, so please stop. I know you're really curious on how Wikia works, but this is becoming too much.