Hi Jonniboi123 -- we are excited to have Aaron Stone Wiki as part of the Wikia community! Thanks for joining us, and we'd like to give you some tips to help you get started on making your wiki great.
Your first four steps:
1. Create your User Page - this is a great place to introduce yourself (and practice wiki-editing!)
2. Add a logo - learn how to create a logo image, then to add it to the wiki.
3. Create your first 10 articles - use the box on the right to create ten pages, starting each one off with a few sentences. For example if you are starting a wiki on a TV show, you might create an article for each main character and for each episode of the show.
4. Edit your Main Page - add internal links to the ten articles you just created, and any other improvements you can think of.
Once you've done these four things, you've created a great starting point -- your wiki looks friendly and ready for visitors. You can then invite some friends to help you create the next twenty pages, and expand the ones you've built.
Keep going! The more pages you create and link to each other, the sooner that others who are searching for "Aaron Stone Wiki" will be able find your project in search engines, read your content and join you in editing.
If you have more questions, we've provided a full set of help pages, or you can email us through our contact form. Don't forget to check out other wikis on Wikia for ideas on layout, organizing your pages, and more. Have fun!
Best wishes, Catherine Munro
Hi, I'm Wendy, a helper with wikia. You've made a nice start to this wiki, and I see you already have somebody working with you which is great! Make sure you welcome that user (User:Pizzahut101) and anybody else who comes by to contribute to help build your community here.
I also noticed that you have the article about the TV series Aaron Stone Wiki:Aaron Stone, in the project namespace. That's up to you of course, but you might want to consider simply making the article Aaron Stone (TV show) or something similar, to help with people who are searching the wiki... also most wikis choose to put wiki-related stuff (like any rules or guidelines, or articles about the wiki itself) into the project namespace to keep them out of the main content area. However, as I said, you can put content into that namespace if you like -- it's your wiki to organize at this point :).