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Todos los fundadores de un wiki tienen privilegios de administrador en el wiki que hayan creado. Otros usuarios pueden recibir este permiso de un administrador o de un burócrata. Esta página es una pequeña guía de cómo utilizar tus "poderes de administración". Aquí se muestra cómo llevar a cabo las acciones de administrador y asegúrarse de respetar las condiciones de uso de Wikia.

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Borrar una imagenEditar sección

  1. Asegúrate de que quieres borrar realmente la página! El proceso de borrado de imágenes NO puede ser revertido.
  2. Sigue el link hacia la imagen (por ejemplo, Image:Example.jpg), que llevará a la página de descripción de la imagen.
  3. Para borrar todas las versiones de la imagen, haz click en "delete all revisions of this image", que aparece en el historial de la imagen. También puedes hacer click en la pestaña "delete" como lo harías con un artículo.
  4. Para borrar únicamente una revisión, haz click en el link llamado delque aparece al lado de la revisión que se quiere borrar.
  5. Despues de hacer click en Delete all revisions of this image, verás una página de justificación del borrado similar a la de los artículos. El borrado será guardado en la página "Especial:Log/delete". De nuevo te recordamos que el borrado de imágenes NO es reversible!
  6. Si la imagen tiene una página de discusión, borrala también.

Restaurando el borrado de una páginaEditar sección

  1. To restore a page that has not been recreated, look for a message on the page telling you how many deleted revisions there are. To restore a page that has been recreated, this message will appear when you view the page history. (You can also type the full URL to undelete; for example, to undelete Foo.)
  2. Click on this to go to a page which displays the deleted revisions. You can look at each revision separately, and choose whether to undelete all revisions (the default) or selected ones.
  3. To undelete all revisions, click the restore button which appears on the confirmation page. (Undeletion occurs as soon as you click this; there is no further confirmation screen or a place to type a reason.)
  4. To undelete only selected revisions, select the revisions you wish restore with the checkboxes next to each revision, and then click the restore button. If you do not undelete all revisions, the log will record how many you did restore.
  5. To view a deleted page without undeleting it, click on the timestamp of the version you wish to see. This will allow you to view that version of the page without restoring it.

Protecting or unprotecting a page or imageEditar sección

Pages may be protected from editing by anyone other than administrators. Please check to see that you are following the wiki's policies! It is a common mistake to protect pages unnecessarily; remember that protection should only be used to stop vandalism or edit wars. Main pages do not need to be protected unless they are consistently targets of vandalism.

  1. Click the protect or protect this page link. It is a common mistake to protect pages unnecessarily. (If you are using the monobook skin, you can use the shortcut alt+=.)
    If you are protecting an image, click "protect" on the image description page. When an image is protected, both the page and the image are protected. The image description page will be protected, and non-sysops will not be able to revert the image to an earlier version, or upload a new version over it.
  2. You will see a confirmation screen. Enter the reason for protection in the box, check the confirm box and press confirm. This will be logged at Special:Log/protect. (Please check this log occasionally to see if there are any pages where protection should be lifted, as it does not expire automatically.)
  3. If your wiki has a template that marks the page as protected, place this template on the page. (If your wiki does not have one, consider making one! This is helpful for new editors who may not understand what is happening or how to request that a protected page be changed.)

Unprotection is done in exactly the same way.

Editing a protected pageEditar sección

Click edit this page in the normal way. The only difference is the warning at the top of the page reminding you the page is protected. Please check whether your wiki has a protection policy before doing this; it is discouraged to leave a page locked to administrator editing only unless there is a strong reason for it.

Block a user or IPEditar sección

Please check whether your wiki has a policy on this! Remember that blocks should only be used to prevent damage to the wiki, and should be used as a last resort.

  1. Click the block link that appears next to the IP or username in recent changes or go to Special:Blockip.
  2. If you went directly to Special:Blockip, fill in the name or IP of the user you want to block in the first field.
    To block a range of IPs, enter the range in this field instead. If you do not know how to do this, please read m:Range blocks. If you need help right away because of high-speed vandalism attacks, contact a staff member for assistance.
  3. Fill in the length of the block in the second either from the dropdown menu or, if you select "other", for some other appropriate length according to your wiki's blocking policy. Do not block shared or dynamic IP addresses for a long time, because the user you wished to block will not be using it for long, but other innocent users may.
  4. Add the reason for the block in the third field. This reason should explain to the user why they are blocked according your wiki's blocking policy. Remember that other users may be innocently affected by the block and will see this message, so do not put anything offensive, confusing or vague as the reason.
  5. Click the block this user button. This will be logged at Special:Log/block and the user will appear in the list of blocked IP addresses and usernames until the block expires.

Unblock a user, IP or rangeEditar sección

  1. Go to Special:Ipblocklist and find the user you want to unblock.
    If you want to undo an autoblock on a user with the same IP address as a blocked user, you will need to know the number assigned to the block, which will show up in the block message when the user tries to edit. You do not need to know the user's IP address, but simply unblocking the username will not lift the block.
  2. Click the unblock link next to the user, IP, or range you wish to unblock. If a range is blocked, you need to unblock the whole range. It isn't possible to unblock a specific IP from that range.
  3. Fill in the reason for the unblock on the confirmation page. This will be logged at Special:Log/block and the user will be immediately unblocked.

Using sysop revertEditar sección

Any user can remove vandalism from a page, but administrators have a rollback button to make this easier. To revert the edits of one user to the last version by the previous author:

  1. Click rollback on the page history, the user contribution list, or on the diff page. Your revert will be marked as a "minor edit" and given the automatic edit summary Reverted edits by X to last version by Y.
  2. In cases of large scale vandalism that flood recent changes, you may use "bot rollback". Add &bot=1 to the end of the URL used to access a user's contributions. For example, When the rollback links on the contributions list are clicked, the revert as well as the original edit that you are reverting will both be hidden from the default Recentchanges display.

Merging page historiesEditar sección

Merging page histories is a means of fixing cut and paste moves where the histories do not overlap. This action is not reversible, so please do not attempt it unless you understand the procedure.

  1. Decide which title the merged article should have. For example, take two pages, "Bird Seed" and "Birdseed". In our example, say it's "Birdseed". Delete the article currently at this title. (You should provide as the reason for deletion "merging page history" or something similar.)
  2. Move the other page to that new title. (So, move "Bird Seed" to "birdseed".)
  3. Delete the page. ("Birdseed"—which had the content you moved from "Bird Seed".)
  4. Undelete the page. The deleted revisions from both pages will now be available to restore.

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