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JoePlay

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  • Bio Joe has been a Fandom staff member since 2007. He's been playing video games since the days of the Odyssey² and Atari 2600. When he's not at his computer, he enjoys going to the pub with friends.
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  • 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?

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    • Go to MediaWiki:Wikia.css on your wiki, which you can easy get to by clicking CSS on the admin dashboard, and use the following format.

      a[href$=":Wisteriaa"], a[href$="/Wisteriaa"] {
          color: LimeGreen;
      }
      

      Just insert the username in place of Wisteriaa above and be sure not to delete the : and /

      Do you also know how to add bots to a chat?

      I do not, but you may want to try asking on the Getting Technical forum board.

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  • Hey, as an admin of the Heroes Wiki (that's hero.wikia.com, FYI) how do my Wiki get Fandom video of certain characters? The example of this situation is the Ashi article of the Samurai Jack Wiki.

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  • 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?

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    • 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.

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    • 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!

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    • You're welcome. Keep up the good work!

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  • Hello Sir,

    Can you please tell how to import a non-google font.

    The font i wanted to import is "Acclaim" or "Albertus". If not possible can you suggest me any similar google font.

    Thanks

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  • Hi :)

    I'm from the Subnautica Wiki and I like the Joebot. Is it possible, that he can check every sungle page at once? Or check pages more often? That would be nice :)

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    • Yesterday I did scan all pages with my bot and only found 16 pages that had an error(s). I've scanned the wiki a few times before, so that's probably why only 16 pages out of 500+ needed to be fixed. But yeah, I'll try to remember to scan the wiki more often. :)

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    • Hi :) I liked this edit: http://subnautica.wikia.com/wiki/Warper?diff=prev&oldid=160411 . So I like it, when he changes <i> to '' or the [Biome|biome] get fixed. That on all pages would be nice, but that has no hurry, its not a big problem

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    • I rescanned all pages on May 31, and the bot only found one page that needed to be fixed. I just viewed some pages and noticed that the item ID line of the infobox is being italicized, but only with <i> and not the accompanying </i> tag. This would probably explain why the bot is not detecting those. I think it only fixes it when both tags are present. So if you want all of those <i> tags on the item ID to be replaced with '' '', it looks like it will have to be done manually.

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  • Could you put the code for the tabber in the Hero Infobox for me? I really don't to make it up and cause frustration among my fellow editors. Sorry. ☹️

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    • I apologize for bothering you again, but I tried to code in the Hero Infobox, but the results hadn't meet what I hope for. Isn't there any way to put that code in?

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    • Just trying to add a new feature for my wiki this year.

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    • To avoid editing the real infobox, I copied the infobox's code and created Template:InfoboxTest. After adding the code and testing it at User:JoePlay/test|User:JoePlay/test, I realized that my original code that I posted in the other thread was missing a | in the #if function. Changing {{#if:{{{tabber}}} to {{#if:{{{tabber|}}} (with a | next to tabber) fixed it so that the tabber section only appears if a value for |tabber= is given.

      After fixing that, I also added a "Other images" header for when the tabber is actually displayed. Feel free to edit or remove it as needed.

      On my personal test page that I linked above, the first infobox does have a tabber, as you can see, and the infobox below it does not include |tabber= so that section does not appear.

      Once you've made any minor changes (such as the "Other images" header) and are ready to use it, simply copy over the code to the real infobox template.

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  • Sorry Sir i forget Thank you for help you on Magician Wiki.

    Thank You Very Much for you help designing that wiki

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  • This is the admin for the Heroes Wiki (hero.wikia.com by the way). Could you help me add the tabber in my Hero Infobox in the Heroes Wiki? Here's the link: Hero Infobox

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    • Thank you. But are you sure that it won't mess up my Hero Infobox? I wouldn't want to cause any annoyance among the contributors and admins there.

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    • Because there are so many active admins at Heroes Wiki, I understand why you're reluctant to make any change to an infobox that's used on so many pages. I would encourage you to create a new discussion thread in the General category to discuss this proposed addition to the infobox. When you do, it might be a good idea to message other active admins directly and link them to the new discussion thread. Feel free to link to this thread where you and I have discussed it, so other admins and editors can see my comment and explanation.

      Once you've started the discussion there, I'd be happy to participate in the conversation if there are questions or concerns from the community.

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  • I reached 50 pages and i need a background i want it like stuck in the middles but Walk the prank main characters and there names and since its easter month i want eggs and balloons with there names in them heres the link to my wikia [1]

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  • What website do you design you background and logos

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