Bio I've been gaming since playing Crash Bandicoot: Warped at 6 years old, and my favorite game of all time is now Metal Gear Solid 3, while my favorite series is Final Fantasy. I've also been wiki-ing since a long time, so you'll find me writing and coding throughout the site.
In our wiki we are recently updating our Characters' Infobox so it'll be portable.
Before we used a custom infobox that used wiki code's tables as you can see here .
basically we'd like to recreate the older infobox's look with our new infobox as close as it's possible, but we were unable to apply the opacity of the background, nor the color to the lables in the same style as the old one.
We have different colors for each character, so we would also want to keep that feature.
Hello! I managed to achieve the look I wanted with the labels!
Tho I still have problems with the opacity, and I was wondering if there's a way to align the text of the labels to the center, but vertically in the cell (so like it's aligned to left but in the middle of the cell)
I was blocked for sockpuppeting even though I literally only did one thing messaging Regboy so him thinking I’m a sockpuppet was a bit unfair even though I didn’t do anything other than that so can you tell him to unblock me?
Ameersp wrote: I'm blocked so I can't ask and can you tell Technobliterator to tell Regboy to unblock me on Marvel's Spider-Man wiki I didn't do anything wrong
Only a local admin can unblock, unless there was a ToU violation.
You're doing the right thing by appealing to the wiki manager, though, and - as a member of staff - they are impartial and will be able to mediate on your behalf, as well as to explain to you the circumstances of the block in detail. If you appeal the block and they deny your appeal, that will likely be the end of matters, however. Just give the wiki manager time to investigate and reply.
Reg found a similar pattern of behavior between your account and Omar1963, both of which seemed to obsess over the lede of villain pages over what kind of antagonist the villain ones (a frankly unimportant part of the page).
I ran checkuser against both accounts, and couldn't find IP addresses matching Omar's account. I suspect the checkuser function is not working.
I won't "tell Reg to unblock you". That's not how it works. You've sent over half a dozen messages to me before sending one giving a reason to unblock you -- but nonetheless, the decision remains with Reg as to whether he will remove your block or not.
I suspect he will not remove the block. You insistently sent messages to Reg over very minor changes to the lede of pages after he explained why he wouldn't be changing them, and did not appear willing to contribute productively beyond this. The fact you just continue to chase people down on every other wiki over this has likely soured his opinion on whether to unblock or not.
Please stop sending constant messages to me on every wiki. You can use my Community Central talk page here, but I will not overrule the decision of an admin if they did not violate any rules or abuse their power. Whether Reg was mistaken or not, he had plenty of reason to issue a block.
I noticed that the navbox doesn't have links to the pages that list Bravely Second's command abilities and Bravely Second abilities. I was wondering if you could make the navbox link to those pages. Please respond when you can.
Hi, are you talking about the Final Fantasy Wiki or the Bravely Default Wiki? We actually are deprecating Bravely series content on the Final Fantasy Wiki, and prefer to move it to our new Bravely Default Wiki.
The admin team over at Disgaea Wiki has been inactive for some time; the Main Page (protected) and some of its categories ('News and Featured Media' in particular) are in need of being kept up-to-date. I'm here to request administator rights.
Thanks for reaching out to me! I agree that Disgaea Wiki is in need of adoption for sure. To my knowledge, you still need to go through the adoption process as linked above (but will check if it's something I can handle). If you keep editing for at least a week, I'm more than happy to support your adoption and help with the transition.
First, obligatory apology if I didn't search around hard enough, but that's kind of the point. I don't have enough of a basic education on creating and using a fandom wiki, forums, coding, etc. Over the last couple of weeks, I've been slogging through coding by just looking at what source code works on one page and then coping and pasting that over to the page I'm creating or editing. (EG, is it possible to create a pop-up "check this box if you're over 18" doodad?)
I'm also taking drawing classes and my goal over the next several months is to create or begin to create visual-novel/text-based game, but I also want to have a DIY education for getting a low level game out there, including support like a wiki. All without dropping a ton on tuition money. I've been surprised to find out that coding based jobs can often basically be about professional puzzle making and solving. When I put it to myself that way, Office Space is not the first thing I think of!
Tips? Things to expect and look out for? Specific tutorials that you can point to? How to avoid becoming a cave troll living in front of a computer?