As you may know, the Ariana Grande Wiki is a 100% collaborative and free page in which anyone can contribute. However, there are limits when we talk about creating or editing a page.
Creating a page
To create a page, click here, or visit the Wanted Pages list.
Category pages are only created by the staff.
What type of pages can be created?
Irrelevant content could be eliminated by community staff. That's why it would be better to contact a staff member before creating the page and waste your time in vain.
- Songs – Always if the song has been released, recorded, written, produced or fully covered by Ariana Grande.
- Songs that sample an Ariana song (even if the sample is her voice), or that mention her, or were written for her and rejected are not allowed.
- Albums – Only Ariana Grande albums (including extended plays, compilations, remix and live albums). Soundtracks or various-artists albums are not allowed.
- People – Always if they are very related to Ariana Grande, and if they have a picture with her, is better. (Collaborators are allowed)
- It's not necessary if they only mentioned each other during interviews, shows, social media, etc. If you want to create a page for a producer/songwriter, it's better that that producer/songwriter be credited in more than two Ariana songs.
- Magazines – Always if Ariana has made a photo shoot or interview. If she only appeared in the magazine cover once or more, it's not necessary.
- TV shows
- A talk show page is allowed if Ariana appeared twice or more.
- An award show page is only allowed if it's American and Ariana was nominated (and won at least once) in three different years.
- Stage productions
When creating or editing a page, keep in mind that...
- Article names must be in Start case.
(Ex. No Tears Left to Cry > No Tears Left To Cry)
- Albums names, films, tv shows and magazines are always styliced in italic.
(Ex. In 2013, Ariana Grande released her debut studio album Yours Truly, which topped the Billboard 200 chart. In 2015, Grande appeared in the Fox comedy series Scream Queens.)
- Song titles should be enclosed in quotation marks.
(Ex. On April 21, 2018 Grande released a song titled "No Tears Left to Cry")
- Do not link the same page(s) many times in an article. Only in special cases (Infoboxes, track listings, etc)