I made some borders to go around the information, acting as boxes for the homepage. The border widths are set to auto, yet the lines still go off the page horizontally, resulting in the vertical vertices not showing. How can I fix this?
Your blog about the Skyscraper Wiki is looking good! You have got some of the elements in there that would make it eligible for a Community Highlight. I would say the main reason it isn't there yet is that it's very short.
If you are interested in earning a Highlight, perhaps you could expand on it. I've added more detail to my example on my Promoting your wikia blog, it's a more realistic size now. I got it to 350 words, so if you aimed for that (or even longer!) you would be in the right range.
This isn't something you have to, do of course, it's just it you want to try and earn a Highlight for it :)
Sannse wrote: By the way, I see there are abandoned blogs at skyscraper.wikia and skyscrapers.wikia. If you transfer any good pages from those wikis to yours, I can redirect the urls to point to your wiki
Emmm.... Do you mean adding a link to my wiki on other skyscraper wikis? Or what?
Edit: It looks like that the other skyscraper wikis don't have as much pages as mine.
I mean that when someone types in the url to skyscraper(s) wiki, they will automatically end up on your wiki instead.
But first you need to look at their pages to make sure they don't have pages you haven't got yet, or pages that have extra information that you need. If they do, you should copy them over to your wiki first.
If the pages aren't useful to you, then no need to copy them over. The important thing is that you check and make a decision (although personally I think long pages are good too, but that's just an opinion :)