I think usually, it's good to have more content as it means we're being thorough. However, we could definitely change some things in terms of organization, using more scrollboxes, and splitting the content up into different sections. Thoughts?
Thanks for feedback guys. Regarding the tabber I was going to try and space the tabs out by editing the css but I can only add left/right margins. I can't add bottom margins so the second row tabs aren't stacked on top of the first.
Remember that tabbers are only a desktop solution, and yet most of FANDOM's viewers are from mobile (tabbers do not work on mobile and appear just as one long block of text). So, in this case, I think headers and a table of contents is better, as it is more universal. Just my two cents.
Urgh I've just realised that the Tabs template used on all the episode articles doesn't work on mobile. I spent a long time dividing character articles into tabs as well but I guess I'll have to revert them all back to just one article :P
I've come up with a decent solution. I've added almost the whole article into a collapsible element (except the infobox and intro paragraph) and placed it on the main character page. When you all get the time could you check Dana Scully's page on mobile device and tell me what you think. Thanks!
I have contacted Fandom Staff to mediate the situation. I am quite disheartened that you chose to request my demotion, once again, rather than simply asking to discuss any concerns you may have with me. I am available here and on Twitter, and am always open to a chat.
All things considered, the way in which you went about the adoption was quite unethical and upsetting, as I did think, as I mentioned before, that we did have a decent working relationship and you could always have contacted me here, or on Twitter, had you any questions or concerns.
At this point, it has been left with Fandom Staff to decide. Whatever the outcome, please know that you may absolutely contact me on any of the aforementioned channels to discuss this further.
You have done great work here and worked to put the wiki first for the benefit of everyone. That is commendable and I thank you for that.
The adoption process was followed according to the rules of the adoption. The staff member was satisfied by the requirements and processed it accordingly. In addition, he refrained from removing your tools. You already got a ton of information from staff members about the process for adoptions, so I will not repeat. Staff made it policy to demote people who haven't contributed for a year and I opted for it. Active on other wikis do not count. No one needs to notify another of demotion. I would have certainly told you about demotion, but your reactions in 2018 proved discouraging. Also, If you had contested the demotion earlier, I would have regranted tools, but recent events told me otherwise.
I'd encourage you to work on here and earn then like any regular user. For now, I won't regrant you tools but I would like to see you contribute a little more, then I will do so.
I also wanted to thank you for being civil about this. I know we haven’t exactly had the smoothest relationship, but I’m hoping that can change; this may be the perfect opportunity for that.
Especially with regard to the adoption, I see now that I may have taken it too personally - I perceived it more as an attack/insult on myself than something done for the benefit of the wiki. Just with my past experience regarding our butting heads on the topic, I jumped to conclusions and misconstrued the action. I sincerely apologize for this, and hope we can still “rise from the ashes,” so to speak, and develop a good working relationship. :)
I also hope that some of my wiki expertise (i.e. management, coding, engagement, promotion), as a long-term admin of many successful TV show Wikia communities, can be of use to both you and the The X-Files Wiki, moving forward.
Don't let it get to your ahead. I've been there but didn't make a giant fuss about it. Its about leaving a good mark on a wiki and the content. Admin and bureaucrat isn't some badge of necessity for someone to display. Its about something to show and help that comes with it. Don't sweat it. Give it a bit more time and I'll reinstate it.
Not to sound pushy at all, but would you mind temporarily reinstating my admin rights? I would like to make a few adjustments to CSS and ImportJS but the pages are sysop-only.
On a relevant note, how do you feel about creating a Discord Chat for the wiki (in place of the Live! Chat on the right sidebar)? I feel as though it could be quite beneficial for user engagement. I'm also planning to implement a piece of code that will draw more attention to the Discussions Forum via the sidebar, as that is certainly a place that goes unnoticed on many wikis, but can be really useful to get people coming back, engaging and editing, often.
I've also noticed the enormous amount of broken page-move links that we have, here, and was planning to go over them with a bot and get those cleaned up!
Also, if you get a chance, please check out the discussions regarding the wiki background, on the Discussions Forum. We've had a few users share some great ideas about potential new backgrounds, and I've created a poll to get everyone's vote on the matter. 
What a lovely surprise, to see that you have adopted the wiki and removed me as bureaucrat/admin without even notifying me. I may not be very active on this wiki, but to go behind my back for the adoption and then continue to completely remove my rights AS WELL after the fact, is extremely rude.
Also, aren’t you supposed to reach out to the “inactive” bureaucrat when adopting, to see if they are active? I am always on Fandom and always answer my messages, so if you had done this, you would have learned that I am not in fact inactive.
Thankfully, I was able to get my bureaucrat/admin credentials reinstated, but I am extremely shocked and honestly quite upset about this. I was under the impression that we had a good working relationship, and even though I previously did not agree to your request for promotion to bureaucrat, you could have simply reached out and tried again when you saw that I was inactive on here for a while (juggling lots of things atm) and asked again. Most likely I would have said yes.
So, I do hope we can still be professional, but this was highly upsetting to find out.
Hi Princess Diva, it was actually me that removed you from the top navigation links (that's the only thing I changed though). After Mech adopted this wiki and you losing administrative rights I wrongly assumed you didn't really have any intention to continue here. Sorry about that, I hope I haven't added fuel to the fire.
No worries at all. I am not offended by that action, as it was a reasonable decision given what you knew. I only wish that MechQueste had made an attempt to contact me before going through with the adoption and rights removal process.
Hi. Seeing you are probably the most active admin... if I wanted to add information about some characters appearing in X-Files games, where would such information go? Storyscape had an X-Files adaptation where Mulder, Scully, and Doggett appeared and could be interacted with. Unfortunately, due to other circumstances, it only got one season. I also know another game where it is said that some of them appear as well but haven't tried it yet.
Yeah, I don't know either how canon they are. How would I add it to the page since the game itself was named Storyscape and The X-files was only one of several stories within this game? I don't want to mess with pages. Do you mean an extra section on Video Game or something else?
My counter reset lol damn it. I’m not as annoyed as I thought I would be though. Most of the time I had been doing cheap edits rather than good quality ones just to keep the edits up. I won’t be going for the trophy again though , editing every day for a whole year is just too long and honestly not fun!
I think Gillian looks good at 51, but of course, when I see her in her 20s/30s in The X-Files she looked absolutely stunning. And to think Fox had doubts about casting her because they felt she lacked sex appeal :P.
Fun fact - when Gillian Anderson was a child she used to live in the same street as my mum in London.
I really really wish I was old enough to have watched The X-Files back in the 90s. I was born in 1993 but I get really nostalgic about 90s American culture.
oh that's pretty cool. How did you find out she lived next to your mum?
oh you're 26 now? what month you were born? I turned 26 in July.
Speaking of sex appeal, Star Trek Voyager hired Jeri Ryan (same year as Gillian), and it was so obvious. They traded a boring 23 year old for a 29 year old. Just google "Jeri Ryan Star Trek" and you'll see. XD
I was born 12 days before The X-Files premiered :D so I was born August 29, I'm practically the same age as The X-Files. You're a month older than me haha.
Well actually my mum said she lived in the road right next to her. Anderson used to live in a road called Albany in Crouch End. My mum used to live in Quernmore Road, which was right next to Albany :P.
Haha you don't need much of an imagination to see why Jeri Ryan was cast. Those outfits LOL