So I added a new video in the wiki so that I could put it in a blog post, but the search function for putting an existing video in wouldn't let me find this one. So I tried putting in the URL, and now the video is on the wiki TWICE. Eventually, I was able to get the original video into the blog post by going into the source option. But I also found out from the community wiki that only an admin can remove a video. So yeah... Any chance you could help with that?
So one of the codes from Lost Legends leads to a website. Each of the other pages on that site features a code. With this in mind, Do you think I should feature these on the book section of the cryptogram page since the link to the website came from the book, change "Home Media" to "Other Media" and feature the codes there, or just make a new section on the cryptogram page altogether?
So I was trying to edit the page for Old Man McGucket, but when I put in a new reference, something is going wrong. I doubled checked, and I'm pretty sure I followed the format. But would you mind taking a look, just in case (you'll should see where once you get to the page)?
So I got my copy of the Blu-Ray box set today, and noticed the back had a cryptogram for it. I would add it to the cryptogram page, but the only categories there are episodes, games, and books, and I don't know how to add a new section for that.
Try "add topic" on the top right corner of the page
I think the title "Merchandise" or "Other Merchandise" would be a good category. (Maybe the latter because the books, and some of the games, are also Merch.) Unless you were going to use a different category name? (Which is totally fine, too ;) I trust you'll come up with a good header)