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Guide • Crafting Your VTuber Profile: A Beginner-Friendly Guide

A Comprehensive Guide to Crafting a VTuber Profile


Are you ready to showcase your VTuber persona on The Vtuber Wiki? This guide, tailored for individuals with no prior experience in GitHub or programming, will walk you through the process step by step.


Before embarking on the journey to create your VTuber profile on The Vtuber Wiki, let’s ensure you have everything you need. Here are the prerequisites for a smooth experience, even if you have no prior experience with GitHub or programming:

  1. GitHub Account:

    • If you don’t have a GitHub account, create one. This account will be your gateway to managing and contributing to your VTuber page.
  2. Basic Understanding of Markdown:

    • Familiarize yourself with basic Markdown syntax since your VTuber profile will be written in this lightweight markup language.
  3. Access to Git:

    • Install Git on your local machine. Git is the version control system that helps you manage your code changes.
  4. Text Editor:

    • Choose a text editor for editing your Markdown files. If you don’t have a preferred one, Visual Studio Code is a popular and user-friendly choice.
  5. Web Browser:

    • Choose a web browser for viewing your VTuber page. If you don’t have a preferred one, Google Chrome is a popular and user-friendly choice.

Now that you’ve gathered the essentials, you’re ready to dive into creating your VTuber profile. Follow the step-by-step guide provided earlier, and don’t hesitate to refer back to this section if needed.

Essential Details

When creating your VTuber page, it’s crucial to include the following key information:

  • Name: Your VTuber’s name.
  • Inauguration Date: When you started your VTuber journey.
  • Banner Image: A URL link to your banner image.
  • Category: Choose the content category that best fits your style.
  • Description: A concise overview of your VTuber persona.
  • Author: Your name or username (GitHub).
  • Avatar Image: URL link to your VTuber avatar.
  • Border Color: The color for your VTuber’s profile card.
  • Links: Relevant URLs, such as Discord server, social media profiles, and streaming platform.
  • Is a draft: Set to true if you’re still working on your VTuber page.

Standard Format Example

Copy and paste the following template, replacing the placeholder information with your details:

name: "Your VTuber Name" # Your VTuber's name.
pubDate: 20XX-XX-XX # YYYY-MM-DD
banner: "URL to Your Banner Image" # Recommended size: 1920x1080px
category: "Select Category" # Choose from Seiso or Lewd.
description: "A concise description of your VTuber persona." # Keep it short and sweet.
author: "Your Author Name or Username" # GitHub Username
image: "URL to VTuber Avatar Image" # Recommended size: 500x500px
border_color: "Your VTuber's Border Color" # Use a hex color code.
is_draft: false # Set to true if you're still working on your VTuber page.
  - "URL to Discord Server"
  - "URL to Social Media Profile"
  - "URL to Streaming Platform"

Providing Information

Include comprehensive details about your VTuber while respecting privacy:

Do Include:

  • VTuber-related information.
  • Details that help the community discover or connect with your VTuber.

Do NOT Include:

  • Personal, private, or contact information.
  • Family details.

Getting Started

Follow these beginner-friendly steps to set up your VTuber page:

  1. Fork the Repository:

  2. Clone the Repository:

    • Open your terminal and run the following commands:
        git clone
        cd wiki
  3. Create a New Branch:

    • Run the following command:
        git checkout -b your-username

Making Changes

Make your contributions with ease:

  1. Code Changes:

    • Modify your branch with the necessary changes.
  2. Commit Changes:

    • Commit your changes with a clear & descriptive message.
        git commit -m "Your Commit Message"
  3. Push Changes:

    • Push your changes to your forked repository:
        git push origin feature/your-feature-name
  4. Create a Pull Request (PR):

    • Visit the original repository and click “New Pull Request.” Provide a clear title and description.

Reporting Issues

Encounter issues or bugs? Follow these steps:

  • Create an issue on the repository.
  • Provide detailed information, including steps to reproduce the problem.

Code of Conduct

Our community follows a Code of Conduct. It ensures a respectful and welcoming environment for all contributors. Familiarize yourself with it for a positive collaboration experience.