What does this mean?
What is a block?
A block is a measure used to protect Festipedia from possible improper use or modification. Blocks can apply to a user account, an IP address, or a range of IP addresses that is deemed responsible for or related to problematic activity. You may be an innocent victim of collateral damage, whereby a block of some other activity has accidentally caused your account to be inaccessible. The reason for your block may be found above.
Most common causes
What do I do now?
The current block will automatically expire $6. You can appeal the block or its duration. If you are a registered user, you can contact $1 (the blocking administrator) via e-mail. You can use the 'e-mail this user' feature if you have a valid e-mail address registered in your user preferences and have not been specifically blocked from using the feature. If, after discussing the matter with $1, you still believe your block is unfair, you may appeal the block by requesting that another administrator review your block.
E-mailing us Before you e-mail us, please make sure your situation has not already been addressed by the above sections. Your talk page may also contain further details related to your block or IP address and we strongly advise that you review it before contacting us.
When sending us an email, please copy-paste and fill out the form below.
Even though your e-mail will only be viewable by the administrator to whom you send it, under no circumstances should you e-mail us your account's password or reveal it to anyone else even if asked to.
Correspondence containing legal threats, personal attacks or rudeness is likely to be ignored and may result in the lengthening of pre-existing blocks.
IMPORTANT: Please do not email us without providing the information requested above. We will always require that information to help you.