Loading...
 
Page Naming Guidelines


One of the issues with a wiki site is that each page must have its own unique name, so you can't have, for example, two different pages that are both called "Elisabeth". But if everyone comes up with their own page-naming format we could end up with multiple pages for the same bit of information; I.E. - a page might exist called "Sumire Haruno", but since most people will be looking for a "Haruno Sumire" page someone might create one, and then we'd have two pages with essentially the same information.

Please avoid using characters with accents, Unicode characters (this includes ones copied from "English" titles), and adding extraneous punctuation. We recommend the double parentheses method when creating internal wiki links, and the bracket method for outside links. If you don't know what this means, or for more information on link formatting, see Making A Wiki Link. Note that when using the parentheses method, you must put a space after the "YEAR)", before putting the double parentheses to close the Wiki Link, or the page will not be named correctly. See examples below.

(You may see older bracket-method type links around the TakaWiki. They used to be standard, but we have changed the guidelines. We are working to replace those.)




Glossary Term pages may be called simply by the term itself.

((term))

Example: ((ginkyou))



The correct format to name an actress profile is "LastName FirstName".

((LastName FirstName))

((Ryuu Masaki))

On the "Browse by First Name" pages, use:

((LastName FirstName|FirstName LastName))

Example: ((Ryuu Masaki|Masaki Ryuu))

For actresses with stage names that have been used more than once, include their debut year:

((LastName FirstName (YEAR) )) or ((LastName FirstName (YEAR)|LastName FirstName))

Example: ((Ai Youko (1993) )) or ((Ai Youko (1993)|Ai Youko))



The correct format to name a performance summary page is "Title (Troupe YEAR)". For shows that span the new year, the year format should be XXX-XX.

((Title (Troupe YEAR) ))

Example: ((Welcome to Takarazuka / A Farce in Pigalle (Moon 2020-21) ))



The correct format to name a performance review page is "Title (Troupe YEAR) - Reviewed by yourwikiname".

((Title (Troupe YEAR) - Reviewed by yourwikiname))

Example: ((Canary (Flower 2001) - reviewed by jenebi))



The correct format to name a dinner show page is "Show Name Dinner Show (YEAR)".

((Show Name Dinner Show (YEAR) ))

Example: ((Aqua Bella Dinner Show (2021) ))



The correct format to name a concert page is "Concert Title (YEAR)".

((Concert Title (YEAR) ))

((I Got Music (2005) ))



The correct format to name a publication description page is "Publication Title (YEAR)".

((Publication Title (YEAR) ))

((Takarazuka Young Star Guide 2008 (2008) ))



The correct format to name an individual translation page is "Title (Source) - Translated by yourwikiname".

((Title (Source) - Translated by yourwikiname))

((Kore de Owari Nanoka (Phantom) - Translated by lokai))



The correct format to name an individual fan art page is "Fan Art by yourwikiname".

((Fan Art by yourwikiname))



The correct format to name an individual fan fiction page is "Title by yourwikiname".

((Title by yourwikiname))



The correct format to name an individual cosplay page is "Cosplay by yourwikiname".

((Cosplay by yourwikiname))



Before creating any new page, please use the Search Wiki "Search" box on the left to make sure that the page you want to create does not already exist. Pages that are named incorrectly may be renamed or deleted by an Editor.



Created by MerryShannon. Last Modification: Sunday 15 of November, 2020 16:12:16 GMT-0000 by caithion.

Registration