We strive to be a great source of English-language Hello! Project information, but we do live in a multi-lingual world. Other people may find these other Hello! Project Wikis on Wikia in other languages useful.
|Language||Code||Full name||Start date||Main|
|English||en||Hello! Project Wiki||2008-07-06||2697|
|Spanish / Español||es||Wiki Hello Project||2013-02-07||436|
|Czech / Česky||cs||Hello! Project Česká Wiki||2009-06-26||297|
|Italian / Italiano||it||Hello! Project Wiki||2012-12-15||267|
|German / Deutsch||de||Hello! Project Wiki||2009-08-28||244|
|French / Français||fr||Hello! Project Wiki||2009-12-19||143|
|Japanese / 日本語||ja||ハロー!プロジェクト Wiki||2014-07-25||121|
|Chinese / 中文||zh||Hello! Project Wiki||2009-08-22||9|
Page counts last updated 2016-08-06.
As you can see, currently all the non-English wikis have far fewer pages. If you know any of these other languages you could be a big help to them simply by taking information found here and adding it in another language elsewhere. Some of them are very small and without an active community or founder, so there are even opportunities for wiki adoption.
These represent only a few of the many languages Wikia covers. There's nothing preventing anyone from starting another for a language they know. If you let us know, we can lend a hand at getting it set up.
Czech / Česky
German / Deutsch
Spanish / Español
French / Français
Italian / Italiano
Japanese / 日本語
Chinese / 中文
These wikis function independently, but now maintain a connection through interlanguage links. These are links that are shown at the bottom of a page (between "Categories" and "Read more") that will take you to the equivalent page in another language. In some cases we are able to place these links in an automatic way using a bot, especially when the page names are the same on the different wikis, but this is not always the case.
To manually add a connection to German page BBB on English page AAA, you'd go to the bottom of English page AAA and add [[de:BBB]]. To make sure the connection goes both ways you could then go to German page BBB and add [[en:AAA]] at the bottom. Each language has a two-letter code which is shown on the table above in the "Code" column.
It is also possible to connect categories or other types of pages that aren't in the main namespace, but you'll have to include that in the interlanguage link. If you want to connect English category YYY to Italian category ZZZ, at the bottom of the English category page you'd add [[it:Category:ZZZ]], and then at the bottom of the Italian page you'd add [[en:Category:YYY]].
It is common to take a page from one language and recreate it for another language. In that case, you'll want the images to go with it. Luckily this is very easy! There is a little-known feature available on Wikia called the Shared Image Repository, allowing multiple wikis to draw from the same source. In this case, things are set up so this English wiki is the main source.
If you add the code for an image to a page at another of the wikis, like [[File:MinimoniLogo.png|thumb]] and such a file has never been uploaded there, it will automatically use that file found here at the English wiki. Audio and video files behave the same way.