So I've been trying to add a new field in https://royalefairyacademy.fandom.com/wiki/Rosabella 's infobox but it won't show up after I save and exit the page? Is there a way to fix this using Visual/Source Editing Mode?
What's on your mind?
Sorry to bother y'all 🙁 But my birthday on Fandom is incorrect, and it won't let me access the editing to change it? Will someone advise me how to get this to work please :) TYSM :>
so someone on the wiki wants to add tabs using tabber but I think using gallery would be better. However for some reason, the infobox 's gallery doesn't behave correctly; even having the ADD A PHOTO TO THIS GALLERY button when it's not supposed to even though the code should be correct.
Here is the template in question:
We are using custom themes so I'm going to link those as well:
For some reason for our profile page there is no option to delete the page that button is gone, but it was there when wiki were not on the unified community platform update and also as an administrator for a wiki there is no button to edit other user profile pages view the history or delete the page for that matter, but it was there when wiki was not on the unified community platform update and even if you not an administrator for the wiki those button I had list below are missing. What happens to these button I had list below? Why fandom has removed it?
Since the last update for my wiki, most of the pages are now showing random images from the pages as thumbnails, even though the main pictures are first in the pages and meet all the requirements for the thumbnail images!
How can I make the main images appear as thumbnails again?
Here's an example page from my wiki that has the same problem:
Hello ! I hope everyone is okay ^^ sorry if this was asked before , but how can we do it ?
Also is it possible in visual editor or only source editor ?
Thank you !
Basically, I have a "How to Create a Page" page on the wiki, and I wanted to be able to add different tabs for different types of pages. Is there any way to do this, or should I just add headings for each type.
Recently my wiki is having a problem with tagging an article. And I have witnessed the same thing happening with other wikis, such as in the Disney Wiki I can't tag article like Man from Bambi. Is there a way I can fix it, or this is just a glitch?
For example of what it’s doing, if an admin task is finished, it isn’t grayed out, but the one done before it becomes grayed out.
Apparently the gallery here isn't functioning correctly.
Seemingly, it completely breaks by the 7th sub-heading despite the source code including the entire product.
The text in the templates has seemingly shifted to the default left despite all of them being centred.
There isn't any setting in Preferences > Site to edit a German fandom, custom setting doesn't work (wikiname.fandom.com/de/wiki). But when I set the site to the English wiki and added the prefix de: to the pages in my list, I could access the site in German when I double clicked on it. But still, when I try to edit it always skips no matter what settings do I use.
I can't add pictures to infoboxes, it never works. No matter what I do. May someone please give me a detailed description of how that works?
Can one of the staff help me
Hey can someone tell me the code which would allow for the slideshow to be navigational, like how when viewers can click on a photo and it expands, I'd like to do that as well for slideshow inserts; as well as how to add a crop remover, because they all crop and leave an ugly blank square above an image.
Hello, I've noticed that a lot of communities are able to make really nice notices, like spoiler alerts or stub notices, at the top of their pages, and I wanted to do this with my community too. These notices are often in a brightly-colored box that captures readers' attentions, such as on this page, or even has an image inside the box, like on this page. However, I discovered that there is code involved. I would like to know where I can learn more about coding.
This is probably my least favorite way to make infoboxes but it's what was there before I started editing the wiki.
I want image to behave mostly through things like: [[File:Image.png|100px]] and so on (when adding to the infobox), but it won't resize when I add the px portion. I don't know much about the HTML style where things are written as <image source="image">
I can only guess that this difference in HTML is why I can't get the image to change size within the infobox.
Any help would be appreciated.