|This is a STYLE GUIDE page- part of a series of supplements to assist you in your editing of the wiki. The STYLE GUIDE is currently in construction. Please be patient.|
This Style Guide will help you edit various parts of the wiki. We are currently expanding it.
Current pages are:
- Style Guide/Rules
- Style Guide/Image Guidelines
- Style Guide/Page Guidelines
- Style Guide/What Kaiketsu Zubat Wiki is not
- Style Guide/Colors - guide to web colors used in infoboxes, fonts and divs
- Style Guide/Zubat Spellings - guide to all confirmed Romanizations
- Style Guide/Japanese Language - guide to the use of Japanese language in the wiki
- Style Guide/Naming Conventions and Redirects - guide to titling articles and creating redirects
- Style Guide/Episodes - guide to editing episode pages
- Style Guide/Facebook - list of verified and unverified-but-believed-to-be-official Facebook profiles and pages
- Style Guide/Twitter - list of verified and unverified-but-believed-to-be-official Twitter accounts
- Style Guide/Fansubs - Rules on the use of fansubs and a list of fansites who sub Zubat.
- Style Guide/Audio Files
- Style Guide/Kaiketsu Zubat Wiki Projects
Here's a list of rules which must be followed on this wiki. Failure to do so will result in a block.
- No reverting an administrator's edit. If you wish to discuss an admin's edit, you may take it to a talk page for civil discussion. However if the admin turns out correct, then the edit stands.
- If you get blocked, do not create another account - that's called sockpuppetry. All secondary accounts will be permanently blocked on sight. The original account may also get blocked permanently.
- On the forums and talk pages, discuss only matters concerning this wiki - wiki operations. Discussion about Zubat itself belongs on an external website.
- Do not add information to pages which hasn't been confirmed. If we suspect the information is false, it will be reverted, and repeat offenders will risk a block.
- If information is confirmed, do not post it without a citation. Here is a list of acceptable sources, and some which are not permitted (and why they are not permitted).
- Pay attention to the other Style Guide pages. We have specific rules for things like images and naming conventions.
- Do not upload watermarked images. They will be removed on sight. Non-watermarked images are fine, but please credit the source. Also, never overwrite an image with a completely different one. Higher quality similar images (for example, to remove a timestamp or TV channel logo) are fine.
- Always cite images uploaded from other sites by selecting the correct licensing template in the upload page. This gives credit to the owner of the image, who likely only asks for credit in return for its use. Images without such licensing will be deleted on sight.
- The administrator's word goes. This means if an admin tells you something (such as how things are done), that's the way it is.
- No backseat moderating. If you're not a bureaucrat, administrator, or forum moderator, you have no business telling off other editors. We'll see their offences in Wiki Activity or Recent Changes. If you do see something wrong, revert it and let us decide if any punishment is due.
- We are an English speaking Wiki. When editing on the Wiki, use the American English spellings of a word rather than the British English spellings.
- Creating templates on the wiki is allowed, however using a brand new template on live pages will require a discussion with Administrators. Failure to do so will result in a block.
Please remember that editing here is a privilege, not a right, and any form of unacceptable behavior will not be tolerated and could lead to a block. Just because something isn't listed here does not mean it isn't a rule. Admins have the right to edit/remove the rules as they see fit, and the most recent version of this page is the one that is considered in force.