"Explorer Guy Head.svg"? I thought it was that name to begin with. I'm so confused, what exactly in the file name did you change? "EG Broken Head.svg" was some randomly generated jibberish when i uploaded it, and after changing the name of it in my files on my computer it seemed to have transfered the name over to the existing image on here as well. How so?
One, I would like you to please delete all of the naked girl levels, two I would like you to make r@te also banned from the text, and for the love of pete, I would like you to delete these two levels (rate five levels that are popular) Thanks. I'm getting really annoyed with all the people that do this and it would be a great help if you or a different moderator could do this. Thank you for taking your time to read this and have a great day!
I'm only a moderator, so I can't change anything in the game. Getting rid of all the naked girl glitch levels is hard as I have to go through pages of them to delete them. Also, I can't ban words so no luck in that. I'll try my best.
Thanks for the nice words. I just try to be chill like a regular user. What I don't like about moderators on most sites is that they abuse their power and/or take their role to intensely. I won't be giving up like most of the other site moderators, but I'm sure a bunch will come back once the sequel is out.
Hi bert, i recently made an edit to happy wheels ios, and i want to put a link to pogostick man in my edit. however, i only know how to add outside links. do you know how to put a link within the wiki into an article?
Yeah, it's super easy. To add an internal link you simply use two square brackets to open and close it. For example, a link to Pogostick Man's page would go [[Pogostick Man]], which would link to the article of the same name. This works with any internal wiki page (just make sure the page name is correct)! This is expanded further with things such as [[User:Bertwb]] which would link to a user page, in this case, my page User:Bertwb.
You can also add links with custom text instead of just page names by using a vertical bar before closing it off with two square brackets, such as [[Pogostick Man|that guy with the pogostick]]. That would then turn into that guy with the pogostick. It's useful for linking pages without using capital letters (for example, [[Jet|jet]], which would leave a link to the jet article without it having an unnecessary capital letter).
Notice how you can use spaces instead of underscores. Both work, but we use spaces since it's much neater. Also, capitals are important when linking. What does this mean? Well, adding the link [[pogostick man]] would result in a red link as the "lower case" page does not exist.