Done. Lightless, I have a little suggestion for you: maybe you should leave templates and coding for now, untill you get more familiar with that. If you want to add some new things to your profile and you don't really know how to do this, ask for help. Ask me, for example. I would love to help you. I've been on Fandom over a year, so I know how this things work.
Don't be so hurry. Give yourself some time to get familiar with everything. You don't have to be an expert right now. And even in a month. That comes with time and experience :)
Okay, I understand. But you didn't have to publish your edits. You should have just clicked "edit", look at my profile how all the stuff is done and then go back, without publishing your changes. I'm not angry at you, but I want you to know that I don't like what you've done. Please, don't do it again. If you don't know something, it's fine. But you should ask first, not do things on your own. Hope you understand and you will ask next time.
Oh don’t worry about the grammar. I have many friends and family from other countries. I never notice the mistakes so don’t worry too much about it ;) Even though English is my language, I still suck at grammar and pretty much everything else with it haha.
The pleasure is all mine! I’m glad to meet you. How are you?
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