In this old thread, you mentioned drawing a line about what pages we should be restoring. I'd like to talk to you about where exactly to draw it.
My current idea is 'create articles for planned stages and characters, and group planned items and ATs in a "List of unconfirmed content of Super Smash Flash 2" page.' This means that Viewtiful Joe would get deleted, but Cucco and Pellet would stay.
As for other planned unconfirmed pages, such as Petey Piranha and Adventure Mode: The Flash Of Shadows, I don't know what to do with them at all. Maybe put the mode's content in the unconfirmed content page, but keep the modes themselves separate? The FoS page is too big to be simply a section or a quick mention...
A page detailing unconfirmed content wouldn't hurt anybody, I guess, if we have pages for removed and unused content then the former is a go, though I don't think we should delete the pages we already have, after all, we have pages detailing planned content that was never implemented and officially got deconfirmed like Battle Cards. Viewtiful Joe was confirmed from a DOJO!!! incarnation that was considered official at the time of its original post, unlike content from past DOJO!!! incarnations.
Hi, I'm the new Wiki Manager for this wiki. If you're familiar with the previous manager Thatawesomecat, I'm just taking over their duties. If you're not, I'm basically here to serve as an advisor, an easy point of contact with Fandom staff, someone who can help you out with certain tasks, or just an experienced user to ask about stuff.
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We fill those fields just because we have the information to do so but it's true some articles may not require that much so I guess it wouldn't hurt to take some information away (and honestly reducing the font size of the infoboxes isn't the solution either). I was also thinking to create a collapsible template for infoboxes, this way we can either shrink down the infobox to display specific fields or use the collapsible within said fields in case they enlist a lot of information so a minimal amount is visible, then, it's up to the reader to expand them with a click. I say this because even MG-made games' infoboxes are way too large.
Hi, wanted to ask about infoboxes again this time it's for a completely new wiki https://the-isle-recode.fandom.com/, I've been trying to customize one but it isn't working well. If you can pls check the page Tenontosaurus and you'll see. THANKS
And what exactly you want to change? I can see the infobox is perfectly functional. Sadly, this is something I can't really help you out with, see? That wiki uses the portable infobox format, something we decided not to adapt here, our infoboxes uses a more traditional code and as a result, I'm completely unfamiliar with the portable infobox format, sorry.
So someone on Discord wanted me to ask you why we don't include raw sprites when we have galleries showcasing a character's various designs, since they're technically early designs and we do include raw sprites for cut characters.
The most obvious answer is because we don't have the sprites at all, simple as that, and we may need someone to upload it here. I think some early raw sprites were deleted so we may also need to restore them
How do you feel about adding an automated welcome message thing to MG Wiki? You know; when a new user makes the first edit, a message is sent to their Message Wall. Asking this because I finally discovered how to make it a thing.
It could probably tell them to use the source editor instead of the visual one, so it'd finally prevent people from messing up pages...
By the way, we really need to update the MG Wiki-related pages, rules of how you should be editing and how stuff works around here. Everything's super outdated, and makes no mention of any new templates...
Maybe we could have a MG Wiki page with a step-by-step procedure on how to switch to visual editor? Things like going to preferenes and stuff.
There's a welcome that I used to post on massage walls for new editors that I eventually grew tired of posting every time. So if there's an automated way to do it go ahead. And yeah, we need to update rulesets and guidelines.
I noticed that some links to say a universe is With S and for something in that universe is IW. I saw it as I was checking through Ki blasts and there were codes like IW|Dragon..|ki blasts and others like frieza. I though they were wrong and wanted to correct them but I saw another code linking to DB universe itself with an S, so I concluded they were like that for a reason, but still could you clarify that and how they work and why their different form the ... version.
Though not much but may I request a rework of Zero Suit Samus's icon. It feels a bit weird especially with Devil's machine as the background(or what the background is it's dark) and her posture doesn't feel right(it's really off) . I'm not really saying it's bad(which it kinda is) but it can be better.
I see nothing wrong with the background (it's Phase 8 BTW), it actually highlight ZSS' accents from her blue zero suit and her blonde hair. I needed a dynamic pose and that's the best pose I could get for her, I didn't really like how she was portrayed in other frames.
Can you show me a link to creating Nav templates like those found at the bottom of articles directed to related ones. i want to make one. I'm not doing anything bad I'm just trying to expand another wiki if thats okay.
Oh, you want them for Crusade's wiki? The issue here is that you require a css code (the one that changes the wiki's appearance and infrastructure) so they are completely visible and functional, and only admins can edit a wiki's css code.