There is a clever way to upload images and categorise them at the same time. First go to images and click on "Add New Image". Select the file you want to upload, and before you click on "Upload Photo", click down "More options" and inserst the code for categories in the "Caption" section.
[[Category:Tangled images]][[Category:Images from television]]
Try uploading your images this way instead of uploading them directly to the pages/galleries. Here is also a neat trick. Upload screenshots backwards. Like, upload the last image first and work your way down to first image.
It has recently been a new rule to only include real people's birthdays in the infoboxes themselves, and not in the article text. Just so you know, any real person's birthday appearing in the article text must be removed if it already appears in the infobox beside it. If there is no infobox, then that real person's birthday may be included in the article text itself. Please kindly stick to this new rule, and maybe help us out by removing people's birthdays from the article text if they already appear in the infobox next to it.
Attention fellow Administrators and Content Moderators. Administrator SilverFlight wishes to place further limitations to the Navbox settings by removing the ability to give the logos independent sizes.
She is bothered by the different navbox sizes because the logos are differently sized, and believes we haven't maintained order here. By restricting all logos to one specific size everything will be in order and still be viewable for the average user. I don't agree with her. I don't believe anything is wrong with the different sized navboxes, nor is there anything out of order. The logos are reasonably sized for viewers to see and read, and the navboxes themselves are working the way they're supposed to. We have many different logos in all shapes and sizes. Size restrictions for wide logo designs would work for The Incredibles, Ratatouille or Pirates of the Caribbean, but not for designs like Star vs. the Forces of Evil, Sofia the First, Elena of Avalor, and Star Wars. Size restriction for these particular logos would make them incredibly/ridiculously small/large. For Star vs. the Forces of Evil, the text between "Star" and "Evil" would be a little hard to read. There should be an exception for certain logos, never mind if it makes the navbox look different in size. SilverFlight does not believe reading the titles is that important, and I think it is. We've never had issues with having different sized navboxes before. Why should there be issues now? The navboxes work fine and that's what matters.
I noticed we have two city categories for both real and fictional. A few articles are under both categories, and I'm wondering if we really need one for "Fictional cities". Should we just use "Cities" like we do with "Kingdoms" and "Towns" or simply remove "Cities" from fictional city articles?
What do you think about replacing "Deceased" with cross "†" in relative sections? I know we're use to writing the phrase "Deceased", but using the cross replaces that need and shortens the amount of text that is written.
Apparently everyone I have messaged supports the usage of the cross, and we've started using it. I know it's a big change from what we're use to and you would have your concerns, but the potential usefulness cannot be ignored. Using the cross is easier to use and shortens the amount of text in the infoboxes. The contents displayed in the infoboxes does get a bit untidy, and it's important to seek improvements.
If it's about how people are going to insert it, I don't know. Some people improvise, like for example copy the cross and paste it. I still don't know how to insert "é" without copy and pasting when I write "Café".