Hi there. Please be aware that some of the formatting changes you have been making in your recent edits (specifically, the removal of spaces) are unnecessary and inconsistent with the format used across the wiki. If you are unsure on whether a change is necessary, you can always leave a message on the editing board asking for the advice of other users. Additionally, if you have any other questions, you are always welcome to ask and I will do my best to answer them.
I am saying you should not remove spaces that are part of the formatting we use on the wiki. This last edit, for example, is exactly what I mean; those spaces are there for a reason, and should not be removed. I have no issue with you contributing to the wiki in a positive and constructive way, but making the same edits that have been repeatedly undone and that you have been asked not to do is borderline badge editing. Continuing to act in that way will lead to a block.
So you want me not to delete the spaces, what happens is that I have a different way of editing in different wikis but tell me the reason why the wiki articles should have spaces so that I can edit better, I just did it but I will try to not to do it and the edition I made today will be the last one, just understand that it is hard for me to get used to editing in such a way.
Yes, those spaces should not be deleted. The spaces are there to ensure the article has a clean layout and is easy to read in source mode. Having a consistent format across every article makes it easier to run automated edits using bots.
I understand that each wiki may have a different way of doing things. I would suggest to take a look at the following three pages, which contain useful information about editing on the wiki:
Absolutely I did. I remember when I was a new user and accidentally deleted the entire content of an article. Every editor makes mistakes when they first start, and I still make mistakes now. But, every mistake is also a learning opportunity on how to improve. Accidentally deleting that content also led to me to learn more about how the wiki works.
At least you know that it is not a simple task to edit properly in a wiki since a few months ago I was in a wiki where I felt comfortable to continue editing until one day a very reckless user came and ruined everything.
Thanks for taking the time to make some edits! We always love having people help to make this wiki the best it can be.
Unfortunately, however, I have had to undo your recent changes as they did not follow our Manual of Style. I suggest you take a few minutes just to read the document and familiarise yourself with how we layout the coding in pages on our wiki.
Hi Fruipit, I just wanted to make some edits, I come from another wiki where the Style Manual is different from yours, if you want to read the document but you could tell me that I can edit on the wiki to make my contribution well, for your attention thank you!
You are more than welcome to make edits, however as our wiki is its own separate one, we have our own policies that need to be followed. By checking them out, you can ensure that you're going to have a fulfilling experience here :)
Well then I can edit any article but I would like to know what are the differences between an independent wiki and a wiki with established disagreements since I come from another wiki where the policies are different, you could also suggest what editions I can make, for your attention thank you!
You can edit any article as long as it follows our policy. Policies are created on a wiki-by-wiki basis in order to best serve that community. For example, we use American English on this wiki because Avatar is an American show. Another wiki might use British English.
I'm not sure what you mean by an independent wiki versus one with established disagreements. We might all exist under the 'fandom banner but out wiki functions separately to and independent other wikis.
Then I can edit any article following its policy that uses American English for being a statehood program. You tell me that when a wiki is created automatically, policies are created in order to better serve the community. I mean that your wiki is independent and you can set your own policies, I come from another wiki where policies have established norms. I know that all wikis are governed by a fandom banner but their functions are different from the other wikis, I hope you know what I mean, for your attention thank you!
Please don't add Bolin's height to the wiki unless you have an official source which confirms it; if you do, please either add it to the article or at least in your edit summary so we can properly reference the information. Thank you.
Anyway I want to plan something to add to the wiki, that would look on a page, so I say that if it is true, at least take notice if you change your mind, also not always possible to confirm the same authors, also be other sources of information necessary and if you could do something about it