These are Wikigrounds specific templates that one should know for regular editing tasks. This section is under construction, so help would be appreciated in building the templates.
Used to denote the lack of neutrality of an article.
This means an article is not complete in spite of available information.
Use this to remind people that this is a stub article and should be built upon. We're not going to be cute this time, it's a stub, not a grounder.
Means that only registered users can edit articles. Does not protect the article, it is only a reminder.
Means that only sysops can edit articles. Does not protect the article, it is only a reminder.
Mostly to get people's attention before they look at something.
In order to ensure nobody reads any information they do not want to in fear of ruining a surprise.
To warn people of inappropriate or offensive content they may not want to see at work or school.
To warn people of links that may be potentially hazardous to one's computer.
(When creating this, remember to make it bright red as a warning indicator.)
Thank you for your contribution to Wikigrounds. Your edit has been deemed unsuitable for Wikigrounds and has been removed. If you wish to make good edits, please read the Rules & Policies before contributing. I hope to see good contributions from you very soon.--(User's signature)
Used to advise users who break small rules.
Please stop contributing crap to Wikigrounds. If you do not improve your edits, you may be banned.--(User's signature)
THIS IS YOUR LAST WARNING. If you do not stop violating the Rules & Policies, you WILL be banned.--(User's signature)
Used to indicate time-restricted ban.
Used for users who are banned indefinately.