Please remember to put Fatal Frame Remake items, people, locations, etc in the Category: Deep Crimson Butterfly.
Categories help to put pages/files/images in order by appending one or more Category tags to the text content. Adding these tags creates links at the bottom of the page that take you to the list of all pages in that category, which makes it easy to browse related articles and images.
How to add a page to a Category
To add a page to a category, simply put the following in the page you are editing:
Where NAME is the name of the category you want to add it to. Any number of category tags may be added to the page, and the page will be listed in all of them. These tags can be added wherever you like in the editing text, but in general they are added at the bottom for the convenience of other editors.
Images and other uploaded files can be categorized by adding category tags to their description page. Adding category tags to categories will categorize them into subcategories. It is always a good idea to organize all categories into a hierarchy with a single top level category.
How to create a category
A category can be created just as other wiki pages (See Help:New Page). Just remember to add [[Category:''NAME OF CATEGORY'']].
In fact, the list of pages in a category exists even if the category page is not created, but such categories are isolated from other categories and will serve little to sort out the pages and files of your wiki.
Renaming (moving) a category is not possible like other wiki pages. If it is necessary, you have to create a new category and change the tag in each member of the category. This loses the page history, which is undesirable in wikis where category pages contain significant amounts of text.
To save extra work, you may want to search well within your wiki before attempting to create a new category. The list of all categories can be found in “special pages” in the “toolbox” box of the Help:Navigation.
Linking to categories
To create a link to a category, use a leading colon as in
For example, to link to “Category:Help", write [[:Category:Help]], which will result in Category:Help. Without the leading colon, it would add the page into the category.
If you want to display alternate text for the link, add that after a pipe as with other internal links (See Help:Links):
Redirects to a category also need a leading colon to prevent the redirect pages from being included in the category.
Here is a full listing of Categories found within the wiki as a useful reference for editors.