The Loud House Encyclopedia
The Loud House Encyclopedia
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This is the Manual of Style for The Loud House Encyclopedia, please do not do any reorganization and cleanup of wikitext on the wiki unless you are fixing things to follow this style guideline. Review what you wrote and try to make sure that there are no spelling errors, missing punctuation, or grammatical errors.

Leaving Links

  • Pages should be linked as follows:
    • [[John Doe|John]]'s rather than [[John Doe|John's]].
    • "[[Episode]]" rather than [[Episode]].
  • The following links are unnecessarily lengthy:
    • [[John Doe|John]] (use [[John]] if it's a redirect to John Doe).
    • [[John|John Doe]] (use [[John]] Doe).
    • [[John Doe|John Doe's]] (use [[John Doe]]'s).
    • [[Link|Link]] (use [[Link]]).
    • the [[The End|End]] and [[The End|the End]] (use [[the End]]).
    • [[Object|Objects]] (use [[Object]]s).
      • With only lowercase letters, this suffix can be extended indefinitely. For example, [[Object]]object generates a longer link to Object.
  • If there is something that needs to be linked in Wikipedia, it needs to use the link: [[Wikipedia:<insert Wikipedia page here>|<insert desired title here>]]. Use of the {{W|<insert Wikipedia page here>}} template is discouraged due to causing rendering issues on mobile web browsers.
  • If there is something that needs to be linked in another wiki, it needs to use the link: [[w:c:<insert wiki name here>:<insert wiki page here>|<insert desired title here>]].

American English vs. British English

  • American English spelling, grammar conventions, and terminology (eg. program, gray, zucchini) are preferred over British English spelling, grammar, and terminology (eg. programme, grey, courgette) in article edits as The Loud House is an American series. However, there are some exceptions:

Editing articles

  • If possible, a Tab template should be included.
  • Every article should have the background template: {{BG/General}}
  • If you don't know enough information on a topic, or you know there's more, add a stub to it. To do so, try this: {{Stub}}
    And people will know that it's a stub by looking at the stub category. Generally the {{Stub}} template is put at the bottom of the page.
  • If possible, a navigation template should also be included.
  • Please include citations if a piece of information is not common knowledge. Use the Cite web template in this case.
    • Also, please include an archived link for each online citation as webpages can change at any time. Some examples are the Wayback Machine and Ghostarchive, with the Wayback Machine being recommended for Tweets and Ghostarchive being recommended for Instagram posts and YouTube videos.
  • The past tense (was/were) should not be used in the first sentence of articles for living former staff members, as this implies that they have died. Instead, use the term "former staff member."


  • If a character doesn't have costumes or any kind of relationship, the CTab must be used like this: {{CTab|General||nocostumes|norelationships}}
  • Character articles should have an Infobox with all known information (First Episode, Voice Actor, Quote, etc.)
  • It should have a character Biography if possible.
  • It should have a character Trivia if possible.
  • Every character article must be categorized with the category: Characters.

Point of View

  • Situations must be discussed in a disinterested tone, giving no bias or preferences and avoiding giving unimportant issues undue weight. Avoid the use of imperative form and second person (you) when writing articles.
    • As such, avoid using subjective adjectives (such as famous, iconic, good, bad, etc.) unless they are part of a quotation or when used from a specific perspective (eg. "Luan's siblings find her jokes bad.").


This is an often a disputed part of writing articles. Trivia can be difficult to write as it varies from article to article and trivia sections can be short or long. The general rule for writing trivia on the wiki is to firstly consider, "Is the fact notable?" "Would a staff member share a fun fact of it?" In general, consider common sense and logic to make trivia clear and straight to the point. An example of this would be:

This episode reveals Rita and Lynn Sr.'s whole faces for the first time.

This is a notable fact from the episode "11 Louds a Leapin'". If not notable and the fact does not contribute to character development then it really isn't worth mentioning.

This is the fourteenth episode with a V in the title.

This is not a good piece of trivia from the episode "The Spies Who Loved Me", because it is neither special nor worth mentioning in the trivia section. It is important to consider if a fact is really worth mentioning.


Layout Guide

This Layout Guide, is on how all The Loud House Encyclopedia articles should appear. This is intended to make the wiki consistent, clear, and precise.

Episode pages

  1. Infobox episode
  2. Plot
  3. Synopsis
  4. Cast
  5. Trivia
    1. Overall trivia
    2. Innuendo
    3. Irony
  6. References
  7. Errors
  8. Episode Navigation

Episode Galleries

  1. Screenshots
  2. Behind the Scenes
  3. GIFs
  4. Panoramas
  5. Promos
  6. Episode Gallery Navigation

Character pages

  1. Infobox character
  2. Biography
  3. Personality
  4. Appearance
  5. Trivia
  6. Character Navigation

Character Galleries

  1. Screenshots
  2. Shorts
  3. Games
  4. Behind the Scenes
  5. GIFs
  6. Other
  7. Character Gallery Navigation