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  • Thanks for the latest set of nav fixes! I copied them over to my own header file (with attribution ofc), but it doesn't seem to be inverting on my end? Is that intended for now, or is it impossible to make it invert like before?

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    • The inversion isn't something I could keep/reproduce since they removed the headroom.js that allowed for it so I chose to go with the inversion bar style.

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    • Works for me. Probably could be restored with a global.js hack, but I don't remember if external JS can be imported or not. Thanks either way! :)

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  • OK HI. I never really do stuff on this wiki but I have a problem.

    I don't know how to make a message wall greeting but I really need one- what I'm talking about is the stuff on the message wall like yours that tell people what to do and stuff.

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  • How do you make a message wall greeting

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  • Can we be friends?

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    • Sorry, but real friendships don't work that way, at the very least not with me. I don't mean this in a rude way, however, I've never interacted with you nor do I know anything about you so I can't say yes. Personally, friendships aren't something you ask for, but rather something that's developed over an extended period of time. Instead of asking someone to be friends, interact in a friendly way with them in an environment of common interest(s). You also wanna be careful asking random people to be your friend, for safety reasons as well as to avoid appearing insincere.

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    • ok

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  • I made a new wiki. can you join my wiki and help me about somethings related to getting the wiki better please?

    http://united-ultimate-heroes.wikia.com/wiki/UNITED_ULTIMATE_HEROES_Wiki

    Or go to my message wall in that wiki.

    And thank you very much.

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  • How do I make a button with the wds-button class turn into a different color?

    For example, if I have this button Example and I would like the button to be green instead, how can I do that?

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    • Your MediaWiki:Wikia.css file.

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    • Alright, thanks!

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  • would you please give me permission to copy your wiki table.

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  • How are you?

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  • Hi DEmersonJMFM, I was wondering if you'd be okay with me making a nominations page at The Loud House wiki sort of like the one at the Munkapedia wiki. It doesn't feel right to just make a talk page like that on The Loud House wiki without first gathering how you feel about me using an idea from another wiki. I plan on just using this talk page for the Admins to nominate users. We will still hold elections the way we normally do after a user is approved through the nomination. I'd just like for their to be a nice place for nominating someone. I thought about making a new forum board for nominations, but then I came across how it's done on Munkapedia and really liked it. If you wouldn't like me to create a talk page like your's, I would totally understand that.

    On another topic, I'm thinking about removing the focus categories at TLH due to them being, like you said, subjective categories. I think that these character focus ones are causing too much trouble. I denied category requests in the past due to them being subjective categories.

    Anyways, it's nice talking to you again. 

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    • That page is sort of a nominations page though it's more for Council business (which covers a wide range of topics). Seeing as Munkapedia is a less active wiki (I'm a little puzzled sometimes why The Loud House wiki is so much more active considering both series have new episodes - anywho, back on-topic), discussions work better this way. If implemented on TLH wiki, it couldn't operate the same as it would have an additional step (going out for the community to vote, whereas the Council is who's voting). You could always create a project page, say Project:Admin Nominations, and follow a similar process in which, when needed, an Admin can nominate a user for a position and the others can join the discussion ultimately casing a vote for/against the nomination (which I'm assuming you intend to do). Procedure is key so make sure to outline the intent and how the page is meant to function. You are free to use the idea though if you copy anything please provide proper attribution for the content used.

      That's good. Category maintenance is much easier when they are cut-and-dry.

      Always a pleasure.

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    • I've always been confused on how The Loud House wiki is so much more active than Munkapedia as well. The amount of content at Munkapedia is incredible. It's got about everything that you could imagine about the chipmunks and all their history right there. 

      I hadn't thought of making a project page before for nominations. It sounds like a good option.

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    • And there's still much more content to add too. I think the main reasons may be our ban on fanon and our (my) reluctance to enable article comments. The wiki used to have fanon content but it became a problem, mixing with canon content (easily does so even if you don't intend to, ie. images, the fandom strangely liked to recolor images), and was banned before I joined the wiki. I agree fanon isn't really appropriate on a canon wiki (fanon specific wikis exist). Article comments are another huge issue. I've seen Admins quit wikis because of trying to maintain them - off-topic comments, drama, inappropriate, spam, etc. I'd rather spend more time writing content then dealing with comment maintenance.

      Good luck!

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  • Do you think it would be a good idea to include a new policy that would help control who is promoted at The Loud House wiki.

    In the policy, I'd like to include that the Admins will come to an agreement on a promotion, and approach a user that they feel deserves it. Anyone who requests a position will be denied, and those who harass/demand for it will be punished.

    Please tell me your thoughts on this policy. Is there something I should include here, or is this something we shouldn't do.

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    • I completely agree with this. Users shouldn't demand ranks or just ask for them. This gets my signature of approval. I also suggest a mass demotion for inactive or underpreforming staff. Such as the admins that just promoted for reaching the requirements. A user would truly need to "Meet" those requirements. Especially since that is what caused the hiatus in the first place.

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    • @DEmersonJMFM I am sorry I did not see your above message. I will excuse myself from this conversation. My apologies.

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