Before editing, be sure to read the wiki's policies. Please sign your name on Talk and vote pages using four tildes (~~~~) to automatically produce your name and the current date. Be sure to verify your e-mail address in your preferences. Before attempting any major article rewrites please read the layout guide. If you have any questions, check out the policy and help pages (see here for editing help), add a question to the Community portal, view the forum or ask me on my talk page. Again, welcome!
Thank you for contributing image uploads to the Harry Potter Wiki. However, your recent upload was in breach of our image policy, and has since been corrected. In future, please be sure to fill out the information template that is provided on the upload page, in particular citing the source from which the image comes from, and adding categories. This is to help keep images organised and catalogued, and to provide clear sourcing for all uploads. Please be aware that images missing this information may be subject to deletion, and, in certain cases, uploading images after being asked to provide the correct information may lead to a block for the uploader. If you have any doubts or questions regarding this, please contact one of the administrators. Thank you for your cooperation.--Cavalier One(Wizarding Wireless Network) 07:52, September 1, 2011 (UTC)
Please do NOT add tons of HTML code to the articles. There is no reason to do so and it makes it impossible to read the page in edit mode and makes it extremely easy to break the page. This is why I reverted your last edits to Lego Harry Potter: Years 5-7. -Shorty1982 20:15, September 14, 2011 (UTC)
Please stop putting images in the middle of sentences and paragraphs. Images ALWAYS go before or after paragraphs, NEVER in the middle. Putting images in the middle makes it very hard to read the page when viewing the code, can very easily cause the article to break, and quite often results in line breaks in weird places. I am tired of having to go behind you and fix this problem every time you add an image to an article. -Shorty1982 19:49, October 25, 2011 (UTC)