Not a problem. A lot of users get confused as to the purpose of this site. I am glad I could help clarify. If my response came across as rather harsh, I do apologize. I was just trying to make it clear for anyone else who might come along with a similar question.
Andrewds1021 wrote: You can try but I believe MediaWiki (or, at least Wikia) has some bug where in-line use of "background-image" is ignored.
It's not a bug. It would be a possible security issue if that was allowed, because allowing users to insert images of arbitrary source into a page also allows them to insert things that would be interpreted as images when they aren't actually and that wouldn't end well. Something similar happened to ExternalImageLoader script.
Just wanted to move that here instead of hijacking the thread with irrelevant information.
Go to your profile page even though it does not yet exist. There, you should see a button that will allow you to create the page. After page creation, the button will change to allow editing of the alredy existent page.
If the link above take you to your message wall instead of your profile, simply click on the tab and proceed as described above.
Weird, I only just now got a notification about your reply.
To answer your question, I am not sure which came first but there are anime, manga, and games. The core game is the card game. However, they have produced other games using the theme including but not limited to PC and gaming console variants of the card game. They also produce themed merchandise such as shirts and figurines. They even worked with Hasbro to produce a Yu-Gi-Oh!-themed Monopoly game board. They have produced several movies but only the first one saw relatively wide-spread screenings. The most recent one was released for general screenings but few theaters actually showed it. As for the other movies, they were all limited screenings with tickets purchased from the game company itself.
As I mentioned, the card game is the core game. They hold official local, regional, national, and international tournaments (although I don't participate). There are also quite a few unofficial tournaments as well.
The "brand", for lack of a better term, is actually managed by two companies. One is the originator of the content and the other is Konami, an American company that specializes in importing foreign media. My understanding is that Konami pays some royalties to the original company in exchange for the base content and complete control of distribution in the Americas as well as a few other English-speaking countries. This means they actually have the right to alter card effects, not print cards, make new cards, and alter production rarities. Because of this, the card game is actually divided into two separate "leagues", TCG and OCG.
The game previously lacked a sufficient official online platform for playing the game. However, this changed when Konami released the mobile application, Duel Generation. They then released Duel Links which, despite not being a full version of the game, has received arguably more attention. At the very least, they have chosen to advertise it on platforms such as YouTube. In comparison, they have done no advertising for the former.
Regardless, the card game is considered to be a competitor to both Pokémon and Magic the Gathering. (Wow! I didn't realize IE autocorrects "Pokemon" to "Pokémon".)
It appears I was mistaken. Konami is the Japanese company and the American equivalent is Upper Deck Entertainment.
Hey. I dropped by your wall to avoid pinging Skylent, who seems happy.
So what you are saying is that tabs just aren't portable no matter how you do it?
The infobox image tabbers are partial in functionality and are portable. This is by design. The nested tabbers physically do more. Not well, but more.
Also, who is it you addressed #7 to?
I addressed #7 to the OP, to provide an alternative to nested tabbers that works best for future editors, readers and the site. The intention was to help.
It sounds like you don't want Wikia to add it natively yet there is no staff here yet. Even so, no one was suggesting that.
Ah. The OP referred to avoiding "heavy coding", which was sadly impossible. I thought it would be helpful to explain why they have to use four templates, 40 lines of template code and two scripts in order to get nested tabbers working.
It was clear this was not desired, so I explained the dependencies of the Switch template. At that point, it was clear that giving the code was the most I could help.
If you think I could have posed the alternative in a better way, then you are probably not wrong. It is singularly hard to address a coding issue in a respectful way. I also found it hard to "recommend" a solution that is not best practice from a technical or design perspective.
Okay, I understand now. I was starting to get confused about the discussion. Thanks a lot for clearing that up. I am not "fresh off the boat" but I am also not highly experienced in web programming. I am still working my way though understanding more details about various features used by/with MediaWiki.