This page contains all the guidelines for the wiki. If you do not follow these rules you will be blocked eventually. Underlined rules have been recently added and/or updated.

  • No name-calling or insulting other people.
  • Keep your language kid friendly.
  • Don't spam. Spam includes off-topic messages, messages in other languages besides English, messages in "ALL CAPS", messages with repeating characters, advertisements and any messages that you post several times in a row and/or on several places.
  • Undo happens to everyone, so don't get upset when it happens to you. If you make an edit and someone clicks on Undo to change it back, they will usually tell you why they did that in the summary. If you really think the edit belongs there, add it back and be sure to say why in the summary.
  • Occasionally, we may have to leave a message on your talk page/message wall saying why something you did wasn't allowed. If it was an honest mistake, explain it to the admin who gave you the warning. If we have to tell you several times, then that usually means you are doing it deliberately. After two or three warnings, an administrator may place a block on your account. Blocks can be anywhere from an hour to a few days for minor problems, or weeks, months, a year or permanent if the problem is severe enough. If you are able to provide a reasonable explanation for what you did, the block may be shortened or removed before it would expire. Do not remove warnings from your talk page/message wall.
  • Wikipedia, and IMDb are not official sources. Make sure you always get your information from official or reliable sources (Disney, Toonzone, etc.) and don't make anything up.
  • No unconfirmed info or fan speculation. Only add information if it has been confirmed. Remember to add the source of your information to the page in the appropriate section.
  • Only upload pictures related to the show. Exceptions might be made, depending on the content of the picture.
  • Only upload pictures containing Disney's watermark (logo) or none whatsoever.
  • Files' names must be a short description of the contents and in English.
  • Talk pages are not for your personal comments on the main article. They are to discuss ways to improve the article.
  • Articles should have as little pictures as possible. Only add pictures if they're essential for understanding a part of the article (e.g.: The "Errors" section).