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  • 2F7C75AE00000578-3365720-Will Hammond from Alberta Canada served in Iraq and Afghanistan -m-1 1450461770643
    hello 
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  • Hi, this is my first time to ever needed help from someone like staff on something that i have a hard time trying and that is to add a link hover glow effect via MediaWiki.css at any color (see example 1) , it's where a user who moves the cursor towards the link and as go towards it, a colored glow link effect shows up, not the one's that has a line underneath it, i tried doing like how they usually do it, but when i do it ends up with a line underneath like i'd never did anything to it, i know that you may not undersatnd from what i;m saying since this is my first time to try to ask a wikia staff, who has more experience on how these stuff works, i'll show you the pics that i took to show you what i mean if this is clear enough for you.

    Example 1.SU

    example 1: this was screenshot from the Steven Universe Wiki.

    Example CL

    This is screeshot from the Clarence Wiki Css page

    ExampleCls

    And this how it ended up, no link glow effect working.

    Note: I will delete these pics after these issues is solved.

    NeoplanDan 01:36, August 26, 2016 (UTC)

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    • Djcof1995 wrote:
      AdorableDarling wrote:
      There is no need to use
      !important
      , actually, as it is not really the cause of issue there since that CSS code is not being overridden or such.
      The CSS code is perfectly fine - it is not working due to a JavaScript code being on top of the MediaWiki:Wikia.css, which is in fact not the place where it belongs:
      // MessageWallUserTags config
      window.MessageWallUserTags = {
          tagColor: '#47fcf0',  //Tag color – The color of the tag's text
          glow: true,           //Glow effect toggle – Value of 'true' turns on the glow effect, 'false' turns it off
          glowSize: '15px',     //Glow size – The default radius of the text-shadow glow effect
          glowColor: '#47fcf0', //Glow color
          users: {
              'Cdskl': 'Bureaucrat'.
              'Klonamiyumi': 'Administrator',
              'Killer365': 'Administrators',
              'StickVentures20': 'Administrator',
              'Jfgoofy': 'Administrator',
              'EoinGhost': 'Adminisrator',
              'Avatar Raava': 'Administrator',
              'MisterSomeone': 'Administrator',
              'MisterJim': 'Patroller',
              'Djcof1995': 'Administrator'
              }'
      A JavaScript code should not be added on MediaWiki:Wikia.css, as that page is for CSS, not for JavaScript - by adding JavaScript there, not just the added JavaScript code is not capable to work, but it also may cause issues with CSS below it such as this one. You should remove it from there and add it to MediaWiki:Wikia.js or MediaWiki:Common.js.
      Do also have a look at Help:Advanced CSS and JS.
      There is another cause of issue in question which is a CSS lacking a closing curly brace. This one, specifically:
      .module {
          border-radius: 1em 1em 1em 1em !important;
      Replace it with this:
      .module {
          border-radius: 1em 1em 1em 1em !important;
      }
      Oh, i see it, the part where it shows "MessageWallUsersTags config" or the "window.MessageWallUserTags", but however, this was added by the former admins (who used to work here). But from where i see that there's a bunch of red "x"s, where it usually says EXPECTED RBRACE or COLON on each section.


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    • Djcof1995 wrote:
      Djcof1995 wrote:
      AdorableDarling wrote:
      There is no need to use
      !important
      , actually, as it is not really the cause of issue there since that CSS code is not being overridden or such.
      The CSS code is perfectly fine - it is not working due to a JavaScript code being on top of the MediaWiki:Wikia.css, which is in fact not the place where it belongs:
      // MessageWallUserTags config
      window.MessageWallUserTags = {
          tagColor: '#47fcf0',  //Tag color – The color of the tag's text
          glow: true,           //Glow effect toggle – Value of 'true' turns on the glow effect, 'false' turns it off
          glowSize: '15px',     //Glow size – The default radius of the text-shadow glow effect
          glowColor: '#47fcf0', //Glow color
          users: {
              'Cdskl': 'Bureaucrat'.
              'Klonamiyumi': 'Administrator',
              'Killer365': 'Administrators',
              'StickVentures20': 'Administrator',
              'Jfgoofy': 'Administrator',
              'EoinGhost': 'Adminisrator',
              'Avatar Raava': 'Administrator',
              'MisterSomeone': 'Administrator',
              'MisterJim': 'Patroller',
              'Djcof1995': 'Administrator'
              }'
      A JavaScript code should not be added on MediaWiki:Wikia.css, as that page is for CSS, not for JavaScript - by adding JavaScript there, not just the added JavaScript code is not capable to work, but it also may cause issues with CSS below it such as this one. You should remove it from there and add it to MediaWiki:Wikia.js or MediaWiki:Common.js.
      Do also have a look at Help:Advanced CSS and JS.
      There is another cause of issue in question which is a CSS lacking a closing curly brace. This one, specifically:
      .module {
          border-radius: 1em 1em 1em 1em !important;
      Replace it with this:
      .module {
          border-radius: 1em 1em 1em 1em !important;
      }
      Oh, i see it, the part where it shows "MessageWallUsersTags config" or the "window.MessageWallUserTags", but however, this was added by the former admins (who used to work here). But from where i see that there's a bunch of red "x"s, where it usually says EXPECTED RBRACE or COLON on each section.

      Nevermind, i manage to do like you said, remove the "MesageWallUserTags" part from the CSS to te Wikia.JS part and also remove parts from the bottom that were repeated and then after that, i manage to geet the glow effect working, thanks for help. NeoplanDan 15:10, August 26, 2016 (UTC)

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  • Hi,

    I admit it, I vandalized a couple wikis. DO NOT BLOCK ME, I don't vandalize wikis because I'm trolling, I actually vandalized a couple wikis because of their good. Since we already have a wiki, containing a lot more info about the same game (aka this wiki: http://pixelgun-3d-world.wikia.com/wiki/Pixel_Gun_Wiki), it's unnecessary for these wikis to be alive.

    If you want, you can permanently block me from these two wikis and delete these two vandalized and unnecessary wikis: http://pixel-gun-world.wikia.com/wiki/Pixel_Gun_World_Wikia and http://pixelgunworld.wikia.com/wiki/Pixelgunworld_Wikia

    I repeat: DO NOT BLOCK ME ON ANYTHING ELSE, I ONLY VANDALIZED A COUPLE WIKIS BECAUSE THEY WERE BASICALLY COPIES OF OUR WIKI.

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  • Hi, I thought you should know that we need the infobox preview page on Superpower wiki, as its impossible to fix any infobox problems without it. You also can't add or check the caption or the color of the image without it.

    Sorry but we need you to leave it up otherwise you have completely destroyed one of the necessary functions that allows our wikia to even work. Also without it its impossible to design new pages for our wikia.

    Its also a necessary feature for adding infobox images to pages that don't have them on our wikia. Without the infobox preview, there is no longer any way to add them anymore.

    If possible can you please keep it active for our wikia? Otherwise our wikia is going to have some serious problems in the future.

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  • HI, One of the 2 active admins for the Superpower Wikia, Gabriel456, was blocked wikia-wide for some reason. He didn't do anything wrong to deserve that and he is the only other active admin aside from Kuopiofi.

    We need him active as Kuopiofi isn't always online to check the site for vandals and remove pages that don't follow the rules.

    Gabriel has always followed the rules of the superpower wikia and didn't deserve this block. All of us on the superpower wikia need him active and available.

    If you can, please unblock him. thank you for your time.


    There are really only two active admins on the superpower wiki to keep things in order. with only one of them, things will go downhill fast. as Kuopiofi is only online during the day and the night, the rest of the time he is offline. Because of that Gabriel helps deal with any problems that come up the rest of the time. He has never shown to break the rules or cause problems, and helps out all the users that ask questions or need help.

    The Superpower wikia cannot function properly with only one active admin.

    Gabriel had nothing to do with the incident from earlier, the only thing that happened with him was my talk page message to him was erased by the user who actually started the incident. He in fact was one of the people that I asked for help before coming to the community for advice. 

    I hope you will see this message and respond if possible.

    Once again thanks for your time and help with resolving the incident.

    Have a nice day.

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    • Hi,

      Staff members will not usually discuss global blocks with anyone other than the person who gets blocked. Gabriel should email Staff at Special:Contact and he can discuss and potentially resolve his block there.

      Staff may have had a reason to block him, or he could have gotten caught in an IP block, but he'll need to contact Staff to figure that out.

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    • Sorry for necrobumping but I somebody got blocked once (a major troll, permanently IP banned all over Wikia), then everybody else got blocked including me..

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  • i am try to swap email address due to old one no long work. but i need to confirm to swap to my current email. can you help me with this please

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  • Tim, I want you to contribute to my Wikia. Remember it? You are my right-hand in there. PLEEEEASE! --1j 2j 3j boom (talk) 05:59, May 14, 2016 (UTC)

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  • i love you, i have great feelings for you :)


    had to let it off my chest ok

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  • Can you find a way to "twirl" this out?

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  • Hello. I've recently been appointed an admin on an (internet) friend's new wiki where I've been trying to help out (as I'm the one with the most wiki experience - in fact, I'm the one who got her into the wiki community in the first place) and I have some editing questions. I've already asked about this on the forums, thought I had the answer, but now I'm not so sure.

    What I want to do, is be able to edit this template, and any infobox in general, so that users can change the background and heading colors as they see fit, while leaving the format the same. Take a look at the infoboxes on these two pages, and you'll see what I mean. It's all the same template, FanCharBox, but you get to change the colors cause there's actual spaces labeled "Background", "FontColor", and "Border".

    Unfortunately, I have absolutely no experience with Infobox Builder source (I assume it's CSS) editing, only the original source editing. I have literally tromped all over the community wiki help pages looking for an answer, and haven't found one. At least, a straight one. What I need a thorough explaination of this stuff, otherwise I'll get lost sooner or later and just be more confused than before, like I am now.

    In other words, I either need a way to convert the CSS code to source code while keeping the same format, or I need the CSS code that would allow people to change the colors of the template. A thorough explantion on how to do enable this would be great, as well. Do we have to put it in here first? If so, how does it go in? Or do we just put the code in for each template we want this for?

    And... *takes a deep breath* I think that's it. I may have more questions once you respond, though. And maybe I didn't need to put in so many details, but I did anyway. *gives a tired grin*

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