Hi! Please read the edit summary I left. All of those who would count as connections are mentioned in the main article (and the relevant puppeteers), so the connections section on that page is just for those who aren't already covered to avoid repetition.
Bill Murray never actually worked with the Muppets, so he's not in any connection lists (same with Humphrey Bogart, James Stewart, or any person categorized under a Reference category but not Celebrities or a production role). Check what categories a person is in (or read on their page to see if they ever had any interaction or collaboration with the Muppets/Sesame Street/connected projects). It's a rule we established early on.
Hey there! I can see you're enthusiastic about helping out and adding photos and such, but you'll find there are some pages where a gallery isn't really necessary, such as the home videos. Some of those could be / should be converted to tables where such images can be, but a gallery of the segments in the video (not the framing material) doesn't seem all that necessary.
You're still adding galleries to pages and you're ignoring some messages from admins. I've blocked you from editing for a day. Please take some time to reflect on the guidance you've received and to look over our guidelines. If you can't work well with the community, I'm afraid you won't be welcome to edit here anymore.
Hi there! You seem to be having trouble editing the Character images with a blank background page. It might help if you changed the editor your using in "My Preferences," which can be found in a tab that appears when you hover over your avatar. Click there and go to the Editing section, and change the Preferred editor to Source editor. Give it a try and when you can, look at our policies and style guide to get a better feel for editing here.
On a related note, we appreciate your interest in image galleries, but not every page needs one. Feel free to continue adding to Character images with a blank background and other established gallery pages as you see fit, but there are many pages that were not initially formatted to feature galleries, and adding a gallery for the sake of adding one isn't always useful. Please leave a response so I know you've read and understand this message. Thanks!
Hi. You haven't responded here, so I assume you didn't have any more questions.
It looks like you're still having some trouble editing though. Please take a look again at Special:Community where you'll find helpful and important guidance for learning your way around the wiki. There's a link in there for Wikia's help pages that have tips about how to edit in wikicode. For example, when linking to an article on the wiki, you don't need a url, just brackets around the article title, like this: [[Rosita]].
There's also a Sandbox where you can test your edits without having to worry about affecting an existing article. And as always, if you have questions, please ask (one thread will do, not half a dozen on my message wall, please).
Hi, as I mentioned in my last edit summary, Muppet Wiki doesn't categorize images. We categorize the articles the images are on. While Wikipedia or others may, we don't tag individual pictures by what they show. Any categories on an image will be removed. Thanks for understanding.
Also, please read the descriptions on any category before you add it, or if there is none, read the title carefully and look at what's in there. Category:Family Groups is just that, for groups, not individual family members.
We also don't generally put an article in both a subcategory and its parent category. Family Groups is already in the Family category (I just added a description to make the purpose clearer). If you're not sure where something goes, feel free to ask any of the admins.