Quizzes are experimental features, so you just need to wait FANDOM to roll it down on all wikis
Yes I mean that, sorry if it is a bit unclear
Correct, even though it assures you you get the colour you want, what about other CSS declarations that may conflict?
Just start a new thread here at Community Central if you need to ask a new question, or if you need a more professional help, start a new thread at the Dev Wiki
Not necessary to use !important though, because that would cause issues to some user agent stylesheets
You could call me Mark, my pseudonym
Alert the moderator or administrators there, there is nothing we can do here
But I may ask, what Minecraft wiki you are on? FANDOM wiki, or the Gamepedia counterpart?
Well, FANDOM created this forum and discussions monstrosity by themselves, so maybe they are a bit unconfident about changing any of their code.
I also need to salute them for creating this hell of a system
Oh, correct, sorry. I thought the other namespace
Normal users can edit pages here, but not creating them, editing a blank, nonexistent page is the equal of creating a page
Type Template:Colorbox in the export page, click on the "Include templates" button, and then click export to download the template
Then, go to Special:Import in your wiki and upload the aforementioned template, all legal issues would be fixed if using this method
What I mean by "template name complete with the prefix" is you need to list the prefix too like:
Template:ATemplate Module:AModule Blog:ABlog
So not just:
ATemplate AModule Ablog
If you are an admin, click this link, type in the template name complete with the prefix, toggle the "Include template" button, and then download the template.
Then, go to this link to upload the downloaded template to your wiki
You need to do this step so you can attribute the authors
Sorry to ping you here, I just used your username for an example, because you were the first user I knew that has the same problem
Sorry, wrong text. As you can see at my emulated view above, tap the "VIEW FULL SITE" button at the bottom
Might be a bug, go to the bottom of the page, tap "VIEW MOBILE SITE" and then comment, that's a workaround.
Also, report this bug to FANDOM
Still, JS could be a pain to learn more than CSS.
And CSS's coding is much more intuitive and friendly than JS