Wonder What Will Her Aunt Anna Be Like Since She Was Mentioned in Season 1
When She Was On The Phone With May Parker and Later Mentioned By Peter in Sandman.
and Been Mentioned Twice in Season 3 and if Her House Next to Parkers Will Be Like With Mary Jane Living With Her,
And Will it Mentioned By Mary Jane's Father and Show Later a Flashback of How He Treated Her and Her Mum When She Was a Little Girl When it Happends Once in Comic and Once in Cartoon and Later in Live Film
When He Was Abusive it Was Once in Comic When Mary Jane Had a Sister But Later Change Mary Jane To Be The Only One With Her Parents
She did say Face it Tiger You Just Hit the Jackpot in Ultimate Spider-Man like season 3 or 4, and that episode is when Peter Parker was all most done with school like he was going to prom in that episode.
I am here about your editing activity. You sir have continued to be disobedient against what I have been stating for two years. You have been creating pages with no contents, made no effort to improve by doing written work, spamming galleries, applying galleries improperly, and uploading images with poor headings. You are hereby banned once again from the Wikia, and should you continue to repeat these violations I may have to consider a permanent ban on your account.
Will you please stop removing the infoboxes and the templates, when you edit so many times it is impossible to track down the old coding because I cannot rollback. I have told you many times, you do not remove the infobox displayed on the right and you do not remove the template bellow the article, you apply galleries above the bottom template not under it. I have given you enough instructions over the past few months, I was hoping you would learn from them.
Until you've learnt to master much more advance skills, you will ask me to apply the necessary coding you need, leave me the image you want applied in the infobox and I will apply it for you.
The categories, "Episode Gallery" and "Episode Galleries" are not required for episode articles, we don't even create seperate galleries for episodes, just for films. Besides we've got enough categories as it is as there has been a clear out recently made by the Administrators.
As for quotations you apply them in character articles.
If you can apply images that well and know how to write messages to me, It would be good to see your way of telling the story of a Gummi Bear episode in your own words. As you have mentioned you are a huge Gummi fan, I think some would be interested to read your knowledge of the show which would be an even more bigger help in expanding these articles.
Sure I admit I have been a bit too push only because I have a strive for perfection and sometimes it gets the better of me. When your here for so long you can get carried away with the obsession.
I think I will just leave you to do your own thing as I have other priorities to see too than Gummi Bears and to be honest what you are doing is a fine job but you still have much to learn. In time I am sure you will adapt in your own unique way, then who knows you will probably be Disney Wikia's prime expert on Gummi Bears. Who knows, maybe you could start a new Wikia based on the Gummi Bears. Whatever you decide is up to you.
Before I leave you I shall leave one last bit of useful tips.
First, do not remove the infobox like you did on the "Girl's Knight Out" article, it is the most important part of a wikia article. If you do not know how to apply an image into the box properly, ask me or an administrator to do it for you. It is also a good idea to explore your editing tools, that way on your own you will learn how to do it by by yourself.
Second, The little green puzzle pieces at the top and bottom of the articles are template which are also infoboxes. never remove those except ones that read "stub" when you have expanded an article or "needimage" when you apply one.
Third, you do not need to write first or last appearances on character articles as long as they are in episode order, that is good enough. However seeing the technical idea of it I may give it some consideration in applying it to all the articles.
I have noticed with your recently made article Lord Willoughby, That's very good, you're getting there, now you need some information about who character is like what's his place in the show, what he does, is he a good guy or a bad guy, so on a so fourth.
As for the image that is a bit complicated you need to highlight the name of your image and place it in the box titled "Image". I usually display the whole coding by copying the preview and pasting it into the article using "Source", have you figured out how to use source yet?