How to be a "The Cleveland Show" Member
Welcome to The Cleveland Show members page. Here, we'll walk you through the steps of getting involved here.
1. Creating a Username
While you can use this wiki without a username, there are a few benefits to creating your own account on The Cleveland Show wiki.
- You can change the titles of pages.
- You can upload images and other files.
- You can customize how the wiki looks visually for you.
- This gives other members a way to communicate with you.
2. Adding Your Name to the List
Being a member is something to be proud of, which is why we have the our Registered Members List Located at the bottom of this page. We have no real way to keep track of who our members are, so we ask all new members to add their name to this list, so that we know who's here.
3. Creating your User page
You'll notice in the top right corner of your screen, your user name appears. This is actually an active link. If you click on it, it'll take you to a page that's dedicated to information about you. Since this is your own page, you are free to post whatever information you would like about yourself. However, standard wiki restrictions do apply, which means you cannot post copy written material. We also ask that you attempt to keep your page relatively brief. Your user page is not primarily for your benefit, but for the benefit of other Wikians, so they can find out who you are.
You also will note that next to your user name is a link titled: my talk. This link is not for you to edit, but rather, for other Wikians to edit. Basically, other users can edit your talk page in order to leave you messages. Don't be concerned if nothing pops up on it for a while.
4. Being a Good User
In theory, it'd be fantastic to see all our users visiting the site at least once a week. We know, however, that this is not very realistic. You may come and go as you please, but we recommend that you do check out some of the links that exist on our homepage and the sidebar. Other than that, you're completely set. Get out there, and start editing. Thanks, and welcome to our community!
5. Editing Guide
A list of the basic ground rules and instructions for editing can be found here: The Cleveland Show Wiki Editing Guide. in addition, many of the categories will specify the criteria for what should be included.