Hey, so It's still not giving me access, even though it shows up in the history that you changed the access. It says:
"You do not have permission to edit this page, for the following reason: This page has been protected from editing, because it is included in the following pages, which are protected with the "cascading" option turned on:
Hi thanks for getting back to me, but it's still not working; I think you have to change the protection status on the page "The Wiz (film)", because it seems like that's what's affecting the template. Or turn off the "Cascading" option there or something.
I've been off and on editing the wiki for years and I created the "Oz on Screen" template. I've been wanting to continue updating it, but it's now locked so only admins can access it. I was wondering if there's any way you could give me access?
It's still not giving me access, even though it shows up in the history that you changed the access. It says:
"You do not have permission to edit this page, for the following reason:
This page has been protected from editing, because it is included in the following pages, which are protected with the "cascading" option turned on:
ThoththeAtlantean at your service. I too have watched the Movie The Wizard of Oz when I was younger and I know it very well. I'll even help out correcting spelling of words whenever there's misspelled words I will correct them.
Hi, do I have permission to add a template called "DEFAULTSORT" to the bottom of articles with "The" or "A" at the beginning? So without this template, if you have an article titled, say, "The Wizard of Oz," it will show up in categories under "T" instead of "W." Here's what the code would look like:
Thank you for adding pages for Ages of Oz!! We were incredibly excited when we saw them!
If possible, we wanted to make some changes to what was written for us and also add a page for Gabriel Gale himself. I'm going to attempt to change the text and add the page myself, but wanted to give you the headsup first (as I'm not sure if it, at a minimum, requires your approval or, at a maximum, requires you to do it for us).
As I am just seeing this no: oh yes of course you may change any page that you like to add info and I would encourage those with Oz connections to be involved with this wiki. For example, we had someone contact us to regarding one of the Oz film projects as some info had to be redacted and deleted because of copyright issues along with the announced voice cast being removed from the project (certain images were not supposed to be public as they were accidentally released by the company).
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz wiki was included in the now-retired Book wiki footer. A new children's literature footer has been created, and I was wondering if I could place it on the main page, since this site meets all the new requirements for inclusion.
If you still visit this Wiki, can you please help resolve an argument over whether Ease on down the road should display the lyrics from the original Broadway musical of The Wiz, or the ones from the movie? The other guy involved in this argument blanked a page without a mod's permission, if that sounds like something that would break this site's rules. Dsneybuf (talk) 03:25, February 3, 2016 (UTC)
Instead of writing and linking the source within the article (making it looking extra un-credible), please PROPERLY CITE IT; using <ref>insert the link of the source</ref> at the end of the sentence when info is using a source, then at the bottom of the article page, place <references/> so that it will actually act as a proper reference. For link display variations, please check out http://oz.wikia.com/wiki/Help:Wikitext/link_examples
I am not sure why this wiki had no regulation regarding to formatting, but it is an important aspect when it comes to content; also, please refrain from writing something like "which can't be verfied at this time" within the article; if it cannot be verified at the moment, then it is SPECULATION, which really shouldn't be included on actual article pages; if you really want to share this type of "fairly likely to not come true or will end up having great changes" news, you can consider either just share it at the forum and wait until official stuff has been actually confirmed (btw, I highlighted your thread, it's very much appreciated); or help creating a general template to be put on those type of articles that just don't have much to go on about atm, to indicate that what's on the page currently may differ greatly from the actual end product.