I removed the categories "Future transcripts" and "Spoilers" that you added to unaired Season 2 episodes' transcript pages.
In the case of "future transcripts," we only add "future [thing]" categories for characters that haven't officially premiered or future forms (akumatized or Miraculous holder) that don't exist yet. There isn't a need to point out the transcript is coming in the future because the stub indicator notes the unfinished nature of the page and that if the person looked at the main page, they would know that the episode hasn't released.
With "spoilers," we only add those by adding the notice templates Spoiler, US Spoiler, or WW Spoiler, not manually. However, I removed them from pages where there wasn't any information filled out, meaning there wasn't any spoilers for any worldwide fan or USA fan to come across on the page.
I hope that explains, but let me know if you have anymore questions or thoughts on this matter. Thank you!
Greetings. I know you have good intentions but please do not edit "WIP Pages". The reason I placed a "WIP" on top of the "Despair Bear/Transcript" page is to notify other users that I'm working on it and to avoid edit conflicts/overlapping edits.
If there are any sections that contain inconstancies or errors that need to be filled in, wait for the user to finish what they are doing and wait for the WIP to be removed or please discuss the fundamental changes with the respective User with the respective user on their message wall Thank you.
Additionally, do not fluff edit. In spite of the fact that your alters have been made in compliance with common decency, you altered the "Despair Bear" transcript ordinarily and redressed one error in individual edits. Rather, each one of those alters could have been consolidated into one. In the event that you don't realize what I'm alluding to, Here is the History page that demonstrates all your edits to the page.
Furthermore, on the off chance that you don't understand what "fluff editing" is, it's essentially making small edits just to boost your edit count or making edits only for badges. Fluff editing is against the wiki's rules and regulations. So please stop. Thank you.
Hi. You haven't done anything wrong, so please don't worry. I've noticed that whenever you try to link the Miraculous Ladybug superpower page that you never actually link to the superpower. The link Miraculous Ladybug is a redirect that goes to the Miraculous Ladybug disambiguation page. The page that you're actually looking for is Miraculous Ladybug (superpower). Please keep up the good work!
And? That's no reason to speculate the villain's gender. So many unknown villains use neutral pronouns until their gender is fully confirmed. As I mentioned before, with the same lgoog, you might as well assume Le Paon is female.
Hi. I know you're trying to help, but please do not edit a WIP page. With the history pages, I edit them simultaneously; however, feel free to edit the ones I don't have marked WIP. There are several characters who still need history pages made, but only if they're significant recurring characters.
It's the scene where Cat Noir rescues Marinette and talks to her on the rooftop of Le Grande Paris. I love how well they play off each other in that scene, and the fact that he takes the time to make sure she understands Adrien is safe. It's the only time to my memory that she actually believes him about Adrien being okay. It's a small scene, but I really like it. It says a lot about Cat Noir as a person. He makes a joke to see if she's okay, and after establishing she's fine, he goes straight back to work, freezing in place when she calls out to him. He assures her Adrien is safe, that he'll be okay, and tells her he'll handle things and she need not worry. Usually he fumbles a lot on assuring Ladybug that Adrien is fine, but the composed way he tells Marinette the same thing is really nice.
Hi! You noted you didn't know how to add templates to pages, so let me explain ways to do it.
One way is on the regular VisualEditor. Click on the "Insert" button on the upper header of editing options, and it will drop down to show options. Click "Templates," and it will open a window with a list of templates. If you can't find the template right away on the list, you can type its name into the search field to find it. Once you find the template, click on it, and the window will disappear, with the template appearing in the place your cursor was in. It'll also open another window with the fields to edit for it, and if you don't know what they do, they're often explained on the template's main page, which can be accessed by clicking the "Get info on the [name] template" at the bottom of the window. You can click off whenever, but if you need to, you can click on it again to reopen the field window.
Classic editor works in a similar way, except the templates appear as green puzzle pieces in the editing mode, and the template can be found and added by scrolling down and finding the "Templates" section on the right side of the editor. They also appear like this in the editing mode of a comment and other messages.
Another way is using the source edit mode on either modes. In VisualEditor, click the button with tree horizontal lines. It will drop down, and it will list different options. Click on "Source Editor," and it will open up a window that shows the coding of the page. If you want to add a template, you type it like this, with the template's :
If the template has fields, you can add them in like this if it has named fields or this if it doesn't:
I'm sorry if you didn't need that information. There have been a lot of newer editors on this wiki, so I'm not sure which people know particular editing skills
.Also, you did have the right idea on the Sightings section, but we don't add that unless we have at least one appearance we can write down, and we haven't figured out yet if or how we'll do "The Heroes' Day", like if it will be put down as one part, put down as two parts, or to just leave it be for now.