On a New Wiki, I am marking articles as stubs. But they don’t look very stylish. How to apply an Image to a Custom Stub?
What's on your mind?
How do I make templates for the wiki I'm working on?
I'm trying to make a few templates like "This article is a stub", or "This article is oudated"
The wiki I'm working on
So I saw this on a wiki, there were these badges, I would like to add it to the wiki I'm working on, how do I add the badges? I was thinking of making badges like making edits, adding categories, etc.
Also, do I need to be a staff+ to add these sort of stuff to the wiki?
Also, I saw this idea from this wiki https://piggy.fandom.com/wiki/Special:Leaderboard
The wiki I'm working on
So im messing around with the CSS to personalize template, but im facing some issues regarding with coloring and I haven't been able to find a way to fix it somehow
This image uses ".pi-data-label" on the infobox, and i'd like for the color to instead of just surrounding the words, for it to occupy the whole "label"
I also tried using ".pi-data-value" and ".pi-data" to see if i could manage it somehow and it ended up like this:
The desired outcome would be the color layout to be similar to this one:
Could I get any help with it?
Thx in advance!
So on the first problem, the data displayed on this page is always 1-category-behind. The pink board with data on it should be on the Season 1 section, but it's displayed on Season 2 and so on. Thus, everything is pushed, 1-category later. How do I fix this?
About the second problem, it's currently displayed here. Normally, things would work fine with the following:
==Heading 2== ===Heading 3=== <div class="mw-collapsible mw-collapsed"> Data </div> ===Another Heading 3=== <div class="mw-collapsible mw-collapsed"> Different Data </div>
Yet I don't quite get why there would only be 1 show/hide button available near the Main Series (heading 2), and it hides other heading 2 and heading 3-sections. While it should be 2 heading 2-sections visible and the rest is hidden... What did I do wrong so I can make it work?
I'm currently in the process of trying to convert infoboxes on my wiki to be portable. I've just completed one and it seems to look perfectly fine in the desktop view, but on the mobile view I noticed that the header is completely gone. Additionally, the Common.css for the infobox is configured so the symbol underneath the character is set to a certain size (50px), but on mobile it is as wide as it can be.
The portable infobox in progress is on the testing page here. For comparison, this page has the template's non-portable equivalent, which does not seem to have these problems. My Common.css is here and as far as I'm aware contains the only settings we have for portable infoboxes.
Is there a way to have this fixed? Thank you in advance.
How do you remove permissions on users groups, I want to make it so normal members can't move pages.
Are you allowed to apply a custom font to the page titles? If so, how could I do that?
So, I was wondering: how do you make the heading of an infobox a gradient color? I wanted to make an infobox similar to the one present in the AoT wiki: https://attackontitan.fandom.com/wiki/Attack_on_Titan_(Manga)
I tried using CSS, but miserably failed, since I'm pretty much a beginner. Where do I start from?
I've added an infobox and a quote box but for one reason or another there's an odd space that just comes seemingly from nowhere, right between the page title and where the first line of text begins.
I was customizing my wiki and stuff. I ran into an issue where the local navigation (the one at the top) isn’t showing the tab names when I visit the wiki on my iPad, but they do show when I visit the wiki on my computer. I Recently sent an email asking for help, but they told me to get rid of this CSS because editing navigation was forbidden. All I did is change it visually. I thought that it said that I couldn’t add anything or something like that.
Cancel someone explain to me what’s forbidden, and how do I fix that iPad issue?
(the tab css is here)
(here is also this if need)
(this is what navigation looks like on iPad)
Hi, I'm from the McLeodGaming wiki and I've been wanting to convert our infoboxes to be portable, but I've been running into several issues preventing it.
First of all I've been having trouble setting the color for the headers we have. Our infoboxes have them at the top, like this one which is red. I've seen a couple of guides on how to do that with Wikia.css but haven't been able to replicate it.
But the more important issue I have is with our series symbols, which are present on tons of our infoboxes. Pages like this one contain two separate images above the caption, with one being the main image and the other being a small symbol beneath it. I've made a few attempts to replicate that on a portable infobox (this one is how I test things) but haven't gotten it to work.
Does anyone know how to implement these?
I don't know what it's called, but how can you even do that? I've been looking and searching in the theme designer but i just can't find how..
Like, except of admin or modd for example
I went on one of my old wikis and wanted the whole background to show, but it only showed part of it. I don't understand why it won't show the whole thing. Any help?
I have no idea what to make
Anyone can give me a idea for the title?
Hello! On the Romanian dubbing wiki I help edit, we have a template that automatically makes the cast template on the pages for us.
However, there is a problem with the actor rowspan, in that when it is applied, it adds an extra space. It does not do that for the "name rowspan".
I can't figure out what is going on with the code to make it like this, when everything else looks and operates the exact same.
I would very much appreciate it if someone could help!
How can I bring it back without making something different?