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  • Hey, could I ask you some questions about the d&d 4e wiki on the discord? I sent a friend request (with the beaver profile picture).

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  • While I would appreciate becoming one, I would like to know if the previous, original admin is still there.   The "Record of Agarest War" series is overshadowed currently by its "Neptunia" neighbor unfortunately and i'm not too familiar with the Agarest wiki's inner workings and so forth, and as such I fear that I might go "AWOL", much like the previous admin seems to have gone. (Though I have a VERY fervent love of the "Record of Agarest War" series and don't see the overall appeal of the "Neptunia" series over the "Record of Agarest War" series, hence why I fill in the empty descriptions when i'm able to during my return to the first Record of Agarest War story on my PS3 [I have prior experience from my PS3 RoAW 1/Zero , hence I know the usual "song and dance" of the original RoAW 1/Zero ] where/when i'm able to.   Though, again, the Admin position seems like a massive responsibility that i'm not sure I should take so lightly, hence my hesitation in taking said "admin" position.

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    • There has been no admin activity for over two years, so they are not likely to come back. Even if they do, I'm sure we can work out an agreement. The admin role just allows you to easily rollback vandalism, block spammers, and modify the look of the wiki if you so choose. You won't be alone, I am here to help and answer questions. If there are features on other wikis that you think would be useful on Agarest, let me know and I'll be happy to help you implement them.

      You can reply here or on my Agarest Talk page with your decision :)

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    • Alright, damn, I can't believe it just got abandoned like that, and there have actually been a mockery page, believe it or not, I can't believe someone would stoop so low... :/  (Not made by me of course, just a random troll it seems... -_- )  https://agarest.fandom.com/wiki/Guide_don't_know_shit!!



      If/when I do take the admin role then that is the first thing i'm removing since, as you can see, it is simply an empty page with only the title trashing the "guide", when it is completely hypocritical of course.

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    • I still feel guilty about being the new admin, but I guess it's better than having an admin that seemingly abandoned said wiki I suppose.   Thanks.

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    • Like I said before, i'm not fully accustomed to the admin role you gave to me yet, though I did delete that "troll" page at the very least, there was no need for that literally empty mockery to be there.

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  • Hey there Moviesign! I would first like to thank you for all the CSS for Portable infoboxes that you provided. It helped me a lot.

    I need help though. I did place

    .pi-image-thumbnail {
       width:  85%;
       height: 85%;
       border: 3px solid #68008E;}
    

    in my wiki's common css yesterday. When I tested a sample of infoboxes in my sandbox, I found out that the border is present even when I only use one image. Is it possible that this border on images may only be applied if the tabber/gallery tags are used? If so, is there possible CSS for it?


    Another thing by the way: In the second infobox that you can see in my sandbox, you can detect a group below that contains the "previous" and "next" parameters. Do you know of a CSS where I can customize the content in "Previous" and "Next"? Like maybe changing the text color or increasing the font size?

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    • Oh sorry, that was my bad. It should have been:

      .pi-image-collection .pi-image-thumbnail {
         width:  85%;
         height: 85%;
         border: 3px solid #68008E;}
      

      This will only put the box around images inside a tabber/gallery inside a portable infobox. You can adjust the 85% to change the amount of space around the purple box.


      The short answer is yes. What might cause problems is if you have other infoboxes that you don't want to be modified. But here is what you can use to style the "previous" and "next" boxes:

      .pi-horizontal-group .pi-data-label {
          color:     #F9A000;
          font-size: 15px;
      }
      

      And this will change how "Test 1" and "Test 2" are styled:

      .pi-horizontal-group .pi-data-value {
          color:     #68008E;
          font-size: larger;
      }
      
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    • This helped me. Thanks! :D

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  • Hello. I can't seem to reproduce the Ampersand bug you found. Can you please share an example image on your wiki that was causing the problem?

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  • Please try these examples and let me know (or post) if either works.

    w:c:infobox:Talk:Portable Infoboxes#Using DPL

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  • Hi, welcome to Community Central! Thanks for your edit to the File:DPLerror.jpg page.

    If you need help, feel free to leave me a message; you may also want to visit the forums or join us on Chat. You can also check the staff blog to keep up-to-date with the latest news and events around Wikia.

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