Please categorize new pages
WikiMonitor (talk | contribs) 19:28, 18 July 2017 (UTC)
You made a lot of edits to Talk:How to Make a Role-Playing Game. Please do use the "Show preview" button before submitting an edit so you can revise it and not clog up Special:RecentChanges. Additionally, it's preferred if you try to use proper grammar, even on talk pages.
Also, for File:Images.png, it's going to have to be moved to a new name because "Images.png" is too generic. It needs to be something that describes the image, since it's a personal image of yours it can be something like "AJanik_pic.png".
19:59, 18 July 2017 (UTC)
Your Edits to Scratcher
I have undone your edits to the page Scratcher because they did not follow the Scratch Wiki:Editing Conventions and I believe it did not fit the subject of the article. You can view the changes I made here.
Let me go into some detail.
The Scratch Wiki is focused on documenting Scratch in a very professional and often clear cut, dry, boring manner (to be honest lol). Therefore, headers in an article should not be in all capital letters. It should be normal capitalization standards for titles. Additionally, "responsibilities" is how to spell it properly. You spelled it "responibiledy (though you did spell that word properly on your account request, lol). Your first sentence of:
"Don't forget to stay responsible on scratch that means to Be nice,no"
Is not a complete sentence. It is unclear why there is a comma with a "no" at the end, or why the "Be" is capitalized. Additionally, it doesn't fit the subject of the article. The article is about what a Scratcher is, which is sort of different than being nice on Scratch. The next part:
" saying any Bad words or saying that project is bad.Please Don't make any agrumments or any affensive projects.If you follow these rules you should have a nice reputashen"
Oh, I see, that was supposed to be part of the same line... Anyway, there are a lot of spelling errors here, and it doesn't fit the article either. The Community Guidelines exist on Scratch for these reasons, the rules don't need to be interjected into this Wiki article.
Hope I'm not coming off as harsh! Just please try to use proper grammar and be more careful with your edits. When making edits, make them as if you are applying for college, writing in a professional manner. If you have any questions I'll be happy to answer them.
20:13, 18 July 2017 (UTC)
Welcome to the Scratch Wiki!
WolfCat67 (talk | contribs) 22:00, 18 July 2017 (UTC)
|Welcome to the Scratch Wiki! I look forward to the useful edits you'll make and hope you'll have fun here. If you have any questions, feel free to ask me on my talk page, where you can talk about the Wiki or even ask personal questions! If you need quick help with wiki markup, take a look at Scratch Wiki:Cheatsheet. You might want to go to Category:Articles to Expand to find pages that need editing. I get my inspiration from Special:RecentChanges however, so looking at that helps too. See you around, AJanik;|
kenny2scratch 04:44, 19 July 2017 (UTC)
Welcome to the wiki! I can't wait to see what edits you make, Feel free to ask me a question on my talk page if there is anything you are unsure about!
Please do not erase your talk page
Your talk page is reserved so people can communicate with you. If you want to write about yourself you can do son on your userpage at User:AJanik.
01:02, 20 July 2017 (UTC)