My occupation is Racer, founder and administrator of Gran Turismo Wiki
Bio Founder of Gran Turismo Wiki, avid gamer, retrogaming/vintage computing nerd, occasional contributor to Fandom, amateur speculative fiction writer, and great at being a fantastically unproductive member of society
Just saiyan'. :) Of course, I'm just one dude - you guys reading this are the ones who have made it what it is. Without you, this place would have probably been abandoned long ago. So, from the bottom of my heart, thank you. :)
The "#" sign indicates you want to go to one of the article's headings (Title X#Y indicates going to Heading Y of Title X). This is why we use a substitution for that sign (i.e. "♯") for numbers without going to the intended heading for the article.
Think "_Summer", linking to it will instead link to the season summer instead of the anime (while it should be "Underbar Summer").
So, it's basically how every wiki's technical restrictions work ("<" and ">" are used for tags, "#" is used for headings, and "_" is used as a space for a HTML link).
As a general rule, Wikia doesn't allow links to rar files, as they could contain virtually anything. While I don't personally think you're doing anything malicious, we err on the side of caution in these sorts of things :(
Ah. Well, we've done that sort of thing before - our Advent Calendar promo a couple years back was based around it - and you guys didn't do anything about it. IIRC, I even let Support know what I was going to do. :(
All the RAR contains is five images and a readme with install directions. You can check it out if you want, by going to the diff and copy-pasting the link.
Please check this revision of FT-1 page to see how car pages should look: [http://]
Right now, this wiki is littered with duplicate car articles - that also probably applies for event articles. Many car articles use this formula: The [car name] is a [car type] produced by [manufacturer]. It appears in [games] and the rest of article are simply how to get it and copy paste of the in-game car description. That does not look high quality to me at all.
There should be only ONE ARTICLE for each main model of a car, like how car articles look in Wikipedia - describe the car in general, as well as available trims/versions depending on the game (as well as differences), and maybe trivia.
The same could be said for event articles like Sunday Cup. There should only one article per event, and it should contain how the event changes between games. (The same should probably apply to GT6's Super GT and WTCC articles).
The reason we do it this way is because each variation is considered a separate model within the games, so we want to mirror the games' organizational model as close as possible. However, on thinking about it, I believe a better approach would be a "hybrid" model: have a hub page for each basic car, complete with details and pictures of it, and then link to other pages for each variation of the car. Think, say, Audi R8, but with details about the history of the R8 name and details about the various race cars and road cars that carry the name. Heck, I may even transform that into a demonstration page soon, if someone doesn't beat me to it. :)