Welcome to the suggestions page. At ESB, everyone's ideas are welcome and considered. Post your ideas on the designated threads and your suggestion will be brought up at one of the meetings and discussed. This page lists all such suggestions and their status.
Dismissed for another idea (bottom episode templates)
Pages for the pirates from the movie
Single page accepted.
Film trailer on main page.
Image categories for episodes
"I think we shouldn't allow any general reception of episodes. I think it should all be sourced and about certain reviewers."
Adopt 3 revert rule from Wikipedia
Requests for block page (or change ban to block, or change to abuse report)
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"Episode galleries should be reordered and named sequentially."
"In addition to this, all episode errors should be listed in the order they appear for that episode."
"How about we organize all tabs on List of characters like it is organized for List of merchandise/videos?"
"I also suggest we create a rule that on message walls, discussion boards, forums and everywhere same system is used, if you want to quote somone, never do a double quote, only qoute the message you are replying to."
I know that some people might not consider this an important change, but I kind of find it annoying that certain character descriptions make the characters sound as if they are superhuman rather than typical cartoon characters. For instance; on Gary's page is states "Gary can levitate and teleport", which makes him sound like he posses superpowers, when in reality he is just a cartoon being a cartoon. Something like that could be simplified to "Like many animated characters, Gary can occasionally be seen defying the laws of science, as seen in the episode 'Gary Takes a Bath'." I'm not asking to quote me, but something along the lines of that. This isn't just seen on Gary's page either. On SpongeBob's page it states "SpongeBob has displayed some forms of telepathy". These are just animated characters who aren't meant to be taken that seriously.
Many characters have traits described on their page, making them seem permanent. Another example is on Gary's page where it states "Gary has arms, as seen in "Have You Seen This Snail?", "The Gift of Gum", and "Grooming Gary". Just because they were used as temporary gags, doesn't mean that they are permanent traits. It also says that he has a record player underneath his shell, along with many other objects, which could be simplified to "The contents of Gary's shell have varied throughout the series."