The purpose of this manual is to create guidelines which aid in the uniformity of content in articles across the wiki. This manual is still a work in progress. Anything written here is subject to change, and certain exceptions may apply. For other help, please go here.
- Make summaries of your edits to let others know what you changed on a page.
- If you are not sure how to fix or do something on a page, contact an admin.
- Factual: All content on this Wiki should be factual; that is, concerned with actuality, as opposed to what is theorized or believed. Please refrain from adding theories, opinions, and other kinds of non-factual information. However, if such theories/non-factual information provide truthful or logical thinking regarding the topic, feel free to include it.
- Verifiable: Most, if not all, content from this Wiki should be verifiable. This means that the reader should be able to confirm if the content is true, accurate, and justified, should doubts arise.
- Relevant: Articles must contain information closely related to the topic in question, without digressing or going into tangents.
- Neutral POV: situations must be discussed in a disinterested tone, giving no bias or preferences and avoiding giving unimportant issues undue weight. Avoid the use of imperative form and second person (you) when writing/editing articles.
- Formal Language: Avoid the usage of slang and conversational or casual undertones.
- Language: Language must be clear and unambiguous.
- Unique: Information on a page should not be repeated. (A common example of repeating information would be providing descriptions the article's subject matter when an image already displays all the information being written. If an image does not directly state the appearance of an object, it would be generally acceptable to write such details.)
- Images with no animation should be in .png format, preferably with lossless compression.
- Don't add categories unnecessarily. For example, if a page is in the category "Wood" don't add "wood types" and "trees"