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Crash Twinsanity Template
We have the Crash Twinsanity Template on a lot of articles but there are still wuite a few that still need it. Help with this would be appreciated.
There are tons of articles on the wiki that don't have an info template. If this is possible, it would really up the quality of some of our pages.
The Crash Twinsanity levels have lots of information that still must be added to improve the quality of the pages, such as hazards, bosses, photo galleries, and more.
Good Articles and Wiki Quality improv
We attempt to be a good quality wiki, and I think more articles need to meet the standards of a good article, so I think the ones that need the good article template or need to be made into a good article, deserve it. So I think this is something that should be done, to drastically improve the wiki’s content and quality, and perhaps even get it worthy of being back on the wikia spotlight.
Stylized Titles for Categories
I think a interesting thing to do is to make GIF (A Moving Photo) titles for major (or all, even) categories to add some style to the wiki. Here is an example of what it would look like:
This might help improving this wiki's current popularity as well.
I have even done a GIF title for Bandipedia:
Videogames888 8:08,May 8,2013 (UTC)
We talked a while ago about expanding our wiki content, so why not create articles for articles of clothing? This could expand our wiki content by easily over 100 pages. In fact, before I even became a user on this wiki I made an article of clothing…before it was deleted. But this really has the potential to make our article count sky rocket! Googlydoe (talk) 01:38, July 12, 2013 (UTC)
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