User talk:Catwoman69y2k

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Heya, and welcome to WikiFur.  :) Almafeta 18:31, 24 Aug 2005 (UTC)

Thank you very much! I did get an article up there for myself. HOpefully it will be useful at least sometime.

Promotion of Art site =[edit]

I would like to be included in the artist section. I am still not sure if I can do that ( since that may be seen as Spamming) and how I would add a new article.


Hey there and welcome. :) Firstly, if you check out our Artists category, you'll see we have alot listed, all mostly with links to their sites. In some cases if the site is very popular, it too has its own article. Many of these articles too have been written by the people they are about. Here's a quick and easy guide to making your article:
First you need a link to start your article, you could do this on the Wikifur:Sandbox page, however since the article is about yourself, you could like to it from your User page. You user page is normally used for content such as contact details or your activities with in the wiki, I cite mine as an example. In this case you can add a box like you can see here on AX's user page. To do this:
  1. Click your user page.
  2. Click Edit.
  3. Enter {{ContributorU|Name for your Article Page}} in to the edit box.
  4. Click preview and see if it worked. If so, the red link to the 'article' should point to the edit page of your unyet created article. To check this without clicking it. Right-click the link (or Ctrl+click on a Mac) and choose Properties from the list. It will open a small box with the destination for the link.
  5. Add any other content if you wish to your user page and then after Previewing and checking that is ok, click Save Page.
  6. Now, click on your new link and it will take you too your new page complete with edit box ready. Start typing and bare in mind the following points:
    • The article should be written with an unbiast point of view in the third person. It should say what your site is about without giving its own opinion. It may however state opinions of other people as long as it says who those people are and why they think that.
    • The article may of course link to the site and any other relavent sites. These should be placed under a subheading of External Links.
    • You may link to whatever articles you wish inside the wiki with internal links. Be they pages that exist or don't exist yet. However, if you link to something which you think exists but it turns out red, do a quick search using the search box to see if you can find the article's real name. Then use a piped link if needed. If you come to the end of the text and want to have more internal links but find that you haven't used them within the body of your text, add them in a list under a See Also heading.
    • The opening paragaph should not be sub-titled and should give a brief overview of the article without requiring any context. ie: if someone comes from the internet randomly to the page, they should understand right away from reading that what it is about.
    • Since you said this is an article about yourself, you can add the reply template to the one you added earlier. Add {{Contributor|Your Username here}} near the bottom of the page to link back to your user page and talk page.
    • Finally, remember to categorise your page. You can find a complete list of categories by going to Special:Categories. To add a category listing, place a link anywhere in the page, though normally at the very bottom like this [[Category:Category Name]]. Add more links have more categories.
  7. If everything is ok once you check the previews. Add a little comment like First Version to the summary box and click Save.
Hope this is all good. Have any more questions, just ask. :) I'll be online for a while more this evening. -Nidonocu - talk Nidonocu 02:34, 25 Aug 2005 (UTC)
Note that you should replace "name of your user page" in the "ContributorU" with the name that you are best known by in the fandom - for example, mine would be {{ContributorU|GreenReaper}}. You then put the article about your activities there and ad the appropriate category tags to it. Hope this helps. :-) --GreenReaper(talk) 02:13, 10 Sep 2005 (UTC)


Thanks for you update to Babs Bunny. When you're editing, there is a "Show preview" button that can show you what a page will look like before you save it. --Rat 01:53, 1 June 2006 (UTC)

Freaky Furry Friends[edit]

Since you contributed the initial article, I thought you might be interested in checking out its current version. -- Siege(talk) 06:23, 14 December 2006 (UTC)


Hello Catwoman69y2k

This is in regards to Image:Bunnywarezbooth.jpg. It has not been tagged with a copyright status. This can be a complicated area, so I can try to help if you need any. The Wikipedia Image use policy may give some background, but it isn't policy here.

To deal with this image, there are a few choices:

  • If you are the copyright holder, release it under a free license, for example:
  • If you are asserting that this image is usable under fair use, add an appropriate fair use tag. A very basic summary is that fair use is used for commentary, criticism and review on the image when no free image could be used instead. Some fair use tags are:
    • Logos: {{logo}}
    • Covers: {{Cover}}
    • Comic panels: {{Comic-panel}}
  • If the image is already under a free license, provide information on the license, and tag the image if you can.
  • If you would like the image to be deleted, ask any administrator

To see a list of current copyright tags available on WikiFur, see Category:Image copyright tags If the copyright status is not resolved, the image may be deleted.

Unless you have a question for me specifically, I'd prefer responses on the page for the image. --Rat 21:29, 6 December 2007 (UTC)