Hello. I was helping to expand an article that suffered lack of information, and I could add every info I found except for illustrations, because everytime I try to submit an image it says that the format WEBP is not matching and that kind of stuff. Can you tell me what am I doing wrong with the submission of images?
By the way, man, when you create a page, please don't say that the species is "from the Monster High universe" (or any other), because pages have to be written from an in-universe perspective (ASW:Rules and Policies)
To elaborate, I'm aware that grammatically, "human" is not to be capitalized. That's why it doesn't need to be in the "Notes" sections of articles, because these are written from a "real world" perspective.
However, the rest of the article must be written from an in-universe perspective. From that perspective, Humans are just one of many different species, and every other species name is capitalized, so Humans should be as well.
It's the same reason why the "Origin" part of the Infobox is only supposed to inform whether a species was created artificially or by mutation or something like that. If a species evolved naturally, the "Origin" section doesn't need to be filled, and it certainly cannot be filled with "Monsters vs Aliens TV series" or "the real world" or anything like that. That's what the "Universe" part of the Infobox is for, and do notice that the "Universe" part comes under "behind-the-scenes" (i.e. no longer in-universe, unlike the rest of the Infobox and main sections of the article).
I think it's good now, but feel free to add more if you wish. Also, calm down, man, there's no need to feel scared or stressed, I gave you the warning to remind you about the rules, I'm not going to block you
Just a thought: is there any confirmation about the size of Podlings and Gelflings? Cause I don't think it's safe to assume it based just on the size of the puppets. In a world without humans, it's very hard to know anything for sure. Can you rule out the possibility that the Gelflings are the size of grasshoppers, and the Skeksis and Mystics are rat-sized? I know that's probably not the case (although it would help to explain the small wings...), I'm just saying we should be careful about assumptions, no matter how intuitive they may seem.
Wow, man, it's been ages since I've seen you here! How you doing?
Well, to answer your question, it's because the rules have changed, basically, and the wiki is undergoing a gradual clean-up as a result. We had a really huge voting process last year and it was decided that pages about characters, locations, etc. would no longer be allowed (with few exceptions). Honestly, dude, I was kind of surprised that you didn't participate, I thought you were no longer active. There was a notification, everyone was called in to participate, not just the admins, but regular contributors too. The rules have changed a lot as a result. You can read the new guidelines here: ASW:Rules and Policies; especially under the "Allowed Content" section.
But hey, good to see you back man, not sure if you're planning to stay, but I do hope you're not upset about this (though I do understand if you are). There's still a lot that needs to be deleted, and every article will need to be reviewed to remove red links and such. It's going to be a long cleanup.