Introduction Hello all and welcome to the Yu-Gi-Oh neowiki thread. Here you'll find general guides on how to create and maintain a proper wiki page, links of interest and yugioh neowiki pages that need work. It is encouraged to provide feedback for existing pages, request for creation of a new page or suggest a new idea on how to make the Yu-Gi-Oh neowiki better or for this document. Together we plan, together we build! The basic ideal of a neowiki is the participation of everyone. What is a neowiki? A neowiki is an information database where members can freely contribute valuable content. Members can freely create pages, add/remove content and help organize.
The purpose of a neowiki - A neowiki serves the same purpose as any other information resource: provide the most up-to-date information corresponding to a specific franchise, articles and general news. Unlike most wikis, neowikis have an extra advantage that these can easily be embedded in forums and a wiki page can automatically be tied to a thread by the system as long as the title holds some resemblance to that neowiki.
Contributing and suggesting content for the Yu-Gi-Oh! neowiki - Any member is free to contribute to the neowiki. However, you may ask for feedback on the content you'll be submitting in this thread or alternately in any talk page created in the neowiki you'd be willing to help; in this case the Yu-Gi-Oh neowiki talk page. The content submitted shouldn't be breaking any of Neoseeker Rule's and should also be top-quality content. If your in doubt, feel free to ask help in this thread. Otherwise, proceed with your contributions. If you have any new ideas for the wiki on how things should be done or any request on something that needs to be added, feel free to share that in this thread as well. Please read the Introduction to Neowikis thread created by Redemption for general notes.
Contributors are encouraged to learn the basic of coding for neowiki. It doesn't take long to make a page with basic wiki mark-up. You can use the basics neowiki FAQ page to learn all these codes or the Wikipedia Tutorial.
Short and wanted pages - There are some cases where some wiki pages stayed at an incomplete state. These pages are listed in the short content page. The wanted page is a specific area where the neowiki is telling us that it currently needs content for those terms or pages. To add content to those pages just click on them and it'll automatically take you to a new page creation area where you can start to write your valuable input.
Neowiki Staff - Staff members have more options among their respective wikis. They can move and delete pages and admins can lock down a page to prevent it from being updated. You may contact the corresponding staff member if you wish to have a specific page moved, deleted or locked. Also, with continuous contributions to the neowiki you can also be promoted to be a neowiki staff! That will give you more tools for your contributing experience since staff members continue to add content to their neowiki. For a general list of wikisuper, you can check out the Neowiki Super page.
You can use the templates of the most recently added cards asia example and the largest articles on decks need to be edited to fit the current format and of course, you can write about other decks using those as an example
Feb 10, 14 at 2:44am
I got the notification too, what kind of help do you need, I have somewhat of a vast knowledge in low tier decks that can be made competitive, and also some knowledge in the video games, just let me know what you need.
My Mac is being an ass in terms of letting me edit the wiki properly so I can only guide it all along until my PC is fixed XD
Feb 9, 14 at 4:28pm
Swampert X I got the community notification. What kind of stuff do you want done on the wiki right now? I could help out with video game stuff, also, would a wiki page for Yu-Gi-Oh Online, and Dueling Network be allowed?