Hi, I was wondering if you could please help me become an admin or adopt the Friends Wiki. There seems to be at least one admin on there, but it appears that they are inactive. I have been editing quite a lot since last year and I want to help around the wiki more.
Yes. I think the two most important guidelines are that you've been active on the wiki for a while, and there are no admins that have contributed in the last 60 days. User:Merrystar manages adoption requests and occasionally checks for new requests, so please be patient.
I've returned from a brief period of inactivity and noticed that for some reason the page layout has change across all articles on MySims Fanon Wiki. The main column now starts part way across the page, squeezing the main bulks of text together and leaving a large area of blank space on the left of every article. I was just wondering if you could look into this to help us find a resolution for the problem, getting the pages to fill the screen once again :)
DuckTales Wiki looks to be off to a good start. However, to be approved for help, the wiki must meet the best practices criteria linked at the top of the page. Most notably, the wiki must have at least 50 pages and no uncategorized pages. Once DuckTales Wiki reaches that milestone, let me know, and I'll be happy to add it to the approved list.
Hello, Joe! I am an admin from Hunterpedia. I would like to request a new background to keep our wiki up-to-date with the events in the manga. Here's the image, which I hope would be enough for the background. Thank you very much!
Hi! Do you know how to make usernames different colors? For example; if I had someone that was upgraded to chat moderator, then I wanted to make their user lime green. How would I do that? Do you also know how to add bots to a chat?
I copied the computer codes from the 2007 runescape wikia template:navbox to the Baldur's Gate wiki as you told, but the template isn't working as it should be. The first time I got the error message template loop detected and the template was missing the template Template:Tnavbar-collapsible. I searched for the template on the 2007 runescape wikia and copied the coding to mine wiki. Then I got the message that the template Template:Tnavbar didn't exist, copied the program code once again to the Baldur's Gate wiki. The template is now kinda working, but I still got the error template loop detected.
Could you look at the experimental template Body armor on the Baldur's Gate wiki once again and template navbox to investigate what I did wrong and fix it?
I removed some code from the bottom of Template:Navbox, which seemed to fix the loop error. I also copied over the CSS for the navbox to MediaWiki:Common.css and adjusted the title and group background color to a light shade of brown. Feel free to change the color as needed. See Template:Body armor.
The reason the navbox isn't working properly on pages like Baldur's Gate Chapter 1 (at the bottom) is because it's using the parameters header and body, which are not valid. Template:Body armor does use valid parameters, such as name, title, gtitle1, group1.
Thanks Joe for fixing the loop error, the navbox templates are looking and functioning now like the templates on the runescape wiki's. At the first attempt, I found at that the second, third groups and all other groups didn't have the same colour as the first one, due to the missing Template:Color, but with some copy-pasting, that belongs to the past now.
Thanks for your time, this template is awesome now!